PDF Reader's improved console bar supplies users with a variety of editing tools at a touch. Highlight, underline and strikeout effects can be applied with ease throughout users' PDF files. In addition, users are now able to save scanned photos directly to the Photo library, copy text straight from a PDF file, and increase on-screen workspace by hiding the navigation menu at the tap of a finger. The new version also comes with features such as WebDAV support and full compatibility with iOS 5.
The greatest strengths of PDF Reader, as pointed out by various reviewers and users, are its fast file rendering speed and easy navigation interface. Both strengths enable users to scroll through pages effortlessly when viewing all major types of files. Furthermore, PDF Reader offers a way to transfer files easily and a handy built-in scanning tool, improving work efficiency of users from all walks of life. For students, PDF Reader makes it less of a hassle to take notes and work on team assignments. For sales or contractors, PDF Reader supports PDF signature and PDF form filling that give users greater convenience.
Kdan Mobile also revealed its future plan to release an enterprise version for its much-praised PDF Reader series in late November. "More and more businesses are adopting the iPhone and the iPad to fulfill professional needs, and it's our responsibility to provide an ideal mobile working environment for users in that community," said Wen-Wei Lin, CTO of Kdan Mobile. According to Mr. Lin, the Enterprise edition of PDF Reader will be branded as PDF Connoisseur, building on the original app with support to various professional functions catering to suit specific business needs.