PDF Viewer maximizes productivity when viewing and annotating PDFs.

In my line of work, I use PDFs a lot. We transfer things to client, vendors, and even just use them for internal review. The point is that we pass these documents back and forth a lot with comments and edits noted on them. I struggle a lot with previewing PDFs on my phone (I use Outlook for iOS for work) because the native preview doesn’t always show all the markups noted. So, I always have to use an external program. I like some of the more advanced options for viewing PDFs when I’m on my iPad, but for my phone, I just want something easy, clean, and efficient. That’s why I turn to PDF Viewer for my iPhone uses.

While PDF Viewer is awfully advanced, it is still very easy and a clean app to use. With it, you can view PDFs by importing them from email, websites, or even from a cloud service provider. As I mentioned, one of the main reasons that I wanted a new option for PDFs on my phone was so that I could view annotations, well PDF Viewer let’s me make them as well. I can even add images or audio to the PDF I’m working on. PDF Viewer gives me the flexibility to even create brand new PDFs, fill out forms, or even sign documents. I think one of my favorite features of PDF Viewer is that I can organize my PDFs into folders. It’s a very nice option that some other PDF productivity apps don’t have.


One of the most impressive features of PDF Viewer is the fact that it’s free. There are some really great PDF apps available, but many of them are premium apps that you have to purchase. PDF Viewer and all of its features are 100% free. As an added bonus, your library is saved to iCloud and the app works with the Force Touch feature of the iPhone, so when you tap on the icon, you have the option to open the latest opened PDFs and bypassing the main pages of the app.

PDF Viewer has really improved the way that I interact with PDFs on my phone. If you are looking for a solid PDF app, give this one a try. It was just launched on November 1 and I’m eager to see what’s in store for it down the road.


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