Pdf+ is the PDF reader you need if you have a lot of PDF documents on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. And it won't look out of place with its fresh iOS 7 looks.
PDF documents have a title, an author, a subject and keywords, and Pdf+ stores this useful information in its builtin catalog. Instead of having to remember lots of meaningless file names, you can see, search for, and open a document based on the title, author, subject and/or keywords. You can even add missing title, author, subject and keyword information to the catalog.
When you have a big library, you need a good way to organize it. With Pdf+ you can create folders inside folders, just like as you do on a laptop or a desktop. After all, it is much easier to organize generic reference material, business meetings minutes and one's personal ebook collection.
You can also move documents around in bulk, email and print them, or delete them. You can even add missing author, subject and keywords for many documents to the catalog in one go.
Pdf+ is also a very capable reader. You get all the functions you'd expect, like going to a specific page, searching, displaying and following bookmarks and links, and sharing, emailing and printing. On-screen buttons give quick access to these functions. Pdf+ uses the familiar gestures such as pinches, swipes and drags.
Pdf+ will open password-protected and encrypted files. It also display most annotations, and you can see the comments attached to them.
Pdf+ remembers for each document the last page shown when you close it, opening it at the same page and, on iPhone and iPod touch, at the same zoom level.
Pdf+ will open PDF documents on behalf of other apps, and you can copy PDF documents to and from your device using iTunes.
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