Readdle has released PDF Expert 2.1, the latest version of its cutting edge iPad application for editing PDF forms and annotating PDF documents. Now both small and large companies can equip their employees with the iPad and PDF Expert to take customer orders, fill out insurance forms, legal documents and prepare inspection reports on the go.
In addition to standard PDF forms, PDF Exert 2.1 handles electronic forms created in Adobe LiveCycle that are heavily used in enterprise, government and educational sectors. This lets organizations replace laptops with the iPads for different types of tasks related to filling PDF forms.
"Two month ago we introduced a new version of PDF Expert with the ability to fill Adobe Acrobat forms directly on the iPad. Since then we have got a number of requests from large businesses, including banks, insurance companies, universities and governmental agencies willing to handle their day to day operations with our application. With PDF Expert 2.1 we can finally fulfill these requests and help them transform the iPad into valuable business tool," says Alex Tyagulsky, Readdle CMO.
When opened in PDF Expert, a PDF form behaves exactly like within desktop PDF editor. Text fields, check boxes, radio buttons, and other interactive elements are fully supported. In case the form contains a "Submit" button to send filled data via email or upload directly to the corporate server, it also works as expected. Thus organizations can save considerable amount of money on training employees using the application.
Pricing and Availability:
PDF Expert for iPad 2.1 is available on the Apple App Store at $9.99 (USD) to new customers and as a free update for existing PDF Expert for iPad owners.
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