March 21, 2016 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Xi'an, China - Reezaa today is proud to announce that PDF Password Remover 1.5, their popular PDF utility for Mac OS X and Windows PCs, is available for free for a limited time. Users find that a number of the PDF files they receive or download cannot be printed or converted. PDF Password Remover removes the PDF restrictions from those files, allowing users to make better use of the PDFs.
By removing restrictions from PDF files, PDF Password Remover allows anyone to copy content from the decrypted PDF and use it in other documents. Unrestricted PDF documents can also be easily converted to other file formats, including Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as formats usable by image editors and other applications.
Many restricted PDF files cannot be printed, making it difficult to share information with users who do not have access to a computer or mobile device. PDF Password Remover allows removing printing restrictions from PDFs, allowing them to be printed like any other document, enabling sharing of the information with others.
For a limited time only, Reezaa is making PDF Password Remover available as a completely free download. This allows users who may not have had the opportunity to make use of the powerful app to have an opportunity to discover the easy to use, yet powerful PDF utility.
"Protected PDF files restrict the ability to share information in other formats," says Reezaa CEO Wu Di. "PDF Password Remover allows users to easily remove restrictions from files, allowing them to easily convert and share the content. While thousands of users already know the convenience and flexibility offered by PDF Password Remover, we believe that by making the app free for a limited time, more users will discover the app, and share the word about it with their friends and colleagues."
Removing restrictions from PDFs with PDF Password Remover is a simple drag-and-drop process. Anyone can drop restricted PDF files directly into the app's window, and the removal process will immediately begin, resulting in an unrestricted PDF file that can be converted, printed, or edited. Multiple files can be converted at once, by simply dropping a group of files into the app's window, immediately resulting in the conversion of the entire group of files.
Reviewers love PDF Password Remover:
"PDF Password Remover is a super-compact and extremely affordable tool that will help you remove password protection from PDF files preventing you from printing, modifying or converting them to other formats. [...] PDF Password Remover is a handy tool that is extremely efficient in what it was created for - removing password protection from PDF files." - 3D2f.com.
"It can decode the password of any PDF document, no matter what software was used to create it [...] PDF Password Remover is the perfect solution for removing the password of any PDF document, creating an unprotected copy of it." - FindMySoft.
Mac OS X and Windows users who regularly find themselves needing to edit, print or convert protected PDF files can now give PDF Password Remover a try for free, and find out how incredibly easy the app makes removing protection from PDF files can be. Users have until April 10 2016 to download the app and try it for free.
* OS X 10.8 or Later
* 64-bit processor
* 24.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
PDF Password Remover 1.5 is available free for a limited time, and is available worldwide through the PDF Password Remover website. A Windows version is also available through the PDF Password Remover website. The app will return to its normal price of $29.95 USD at the end of the promotion on April 10 2016. Review copies are available upon request.
Founded in 2008, Reezaa develops conversion software for Mac OS X and Windows PCs. The company relies on its extensive experience in developing conversion utilities that have already demonstrated their technical excellence and ease of use in thousands of homes worldwide. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Reezaa. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.