November 16, 2009 in Business (E)
[prMac.com] Seattle, Washington - ePapyrus Inc., the leader in mobile PDF tools, has just introduced a significant upgrade to its already extremely popular PDF-Pro for iPhone and iPod Touch mobile PDF reader available in the Apple AppStore since June of this year. The top added feature in this upgrade is the Text Reflow View mode. This function allows users to extract only the text from the PDF document that they are reading.
Since the display area on any iPhone or iPod device is significantly smaller than a PC monitor, sometimes it's difficult to read the entire PDF document on the screen. To alleviate this problem, PDF-Pro now allows users to display only text without the images in a viewing document. Now, using this text reflow function users can read a PDF document without panning or zooming in or out of a document they are viewing. Furthermore, users can select any part of the text to copy and paste to another application.
PDF-Pro is built on the powerful and proven PDF engine from ePapyrus Inc. that has been marketing its PDF products worldwide. Not only can it handle single-byte character languages beautifully, but it can also read double-byte character languages such as Korean, Japanese and Chinese.
iPhone and iPod Touch 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
PDF-Pro 1.3.1 for iPhone and iPod Touch is only $4.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Business category. Please visit the PDF-Pro Website for more information about PDF-Pro for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
ePapyrus Inc. was founded in 2004 to develop and provide best of breed electronic document software and solutions. The prefix of its name e stands for electronic and Papyrus for paper. Starting with PDF-Pro, PDF document creation software, ePapyrus will continuously develop and provide high quality electronic document software from document creation to distribution, sharing and management. ePapyrus Inc. is headquartered in Seoul, Korea and the US subsidiary, ePapyrus Solutions is located in Seattle, USA. Copyright (C) 2004-2009 ePapyrus Inc.. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.