The million-dollar question: why hasn’t Apple made a PDF editor available as a fallback app on new MacBooks?
If you don’t have a third-party editor installed on your computer, then editing and modifying PDFs is a recurring exercise in torture. The act of manually editing a doc often unfolds as such: convert PDF into Word doc, do editing, take a water break, fix messed-up formatting, eat a cookie, initiate file conversion back into PDF, read Avengers: Endgame plot theories, yell at frozen conversion screen, cry a little…
Enter PDF Expert for Mac. This is one of the top paid apps in the Mac App Store and it’s currently on sale via the Mashable Shop.
Outfitted with a suite of features designed to expedite the PDF modification process, its intuitive interface makes it easy to use, so that editing text, images, links, and outlines are far less painful than you may have come to associate with PDFs. Merging and signing documents, also two of the biggest pains of working with PDFs, are now a breeze with PDF Expert.
On top of that, PDF Expert functions as a user-friendly PDF reader, allowing you to quickly read files and annotate them to your heart’s desire. Plus, share PDFs easily across your Apple devices or with other people, and password protect any docs you want to keep confidential.
PDF Expert for Mac is normally $79.99, but grab it on sale for just $54.99.