It was a couple of years ago when we brought you word that Adobe Reader for iOS is finally available. Well, fast forward two years, and you have Adobe Reader 11 for iOS updated, and this time around, it will come with the much desired PDF conversion features. With the introduction of CreatePDF, it would mean you are now capable of transforming images, a slew of Microsoft Office files as well as other viewable formats into PDFs – using nothing but the app itself, how neat is that?
Apart from that, there is also the ExportPDF function, which happens to be a spanking new service which will do the opposite – you can end up creating other kinds of documents including the well loved and used Office or RTF file formats, all directly from the PDF itself. I do hope that the export and conversion processes would be able to ensure that all formatting is retained. Unfortunately, just like lunch, neither of these features will come free as they can be activated via in-app purchases. ExportPDF will cost you $19.99 annually, while a CreatePDF subscription (that will be accompanied by ExportPDF) will cost $89.99 a pop. If you tend to get plenty of work done while you are on the move, then forking out such money for these features make plenty of sense.
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