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Adobe Unveils PDF Creation App for iOS

 

Today, MacStories has discovered that Adobe released a new iOS app called “CreatePDF”. “CreatePDF” is a $9.99 universal app allowing users to easily create PDFs on their iPhones or iPads. Adobe claims that “CreatePDF brings the same high-quality PDF creation as Adobe Acrobat” to iOS devices. In addition, the app uses Adobe’s online services for performance and quality, creating PDFs that offer quality and accessibility standards.

CreatePDF

CreatePDF

Upon installing, CreatePDF registers as a default app to open Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents, Adobe Illustrator drawings, Photoshop images and InDesign files, in addition to Open Office and StarOffice documents and JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF and TIFF images.

The app currently supports the following file formats:

  • MS Word (docx, doc), Excel(xlsx, xls), PowerPoint (pptx, ppt)
  • Adobe Illustrator (ai), Photoshop (psd) and InDesign (indd)
  • Images – JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF
  • RTF, Text and WordPerfect
  • OpenOffice and StarOffice documents

The app works through iOS’s built in “Open in” menu, which allows third party apps to communicate with each other by sending documents to other applications that support specific file types, such as PDF, .doc, or plain text.

You can purchase CreatePDF for $9.99 in the App Store.

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Adobe Unveils PDF Creation App for iOS originally appeared on Techie Buzz written by Parth Dhebar on Monday 29th August 2011 08:33:51 PM under Apple News. Please read the Terms of Use for fair usage guidance.

Adobe Unveils PDF Creation App for iOS
Parth Dhebar
Tue, 30 Aug 2011 00:33:51 GMT

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