Following a year long beta testing period, Nitro PDF Reader Version 2, has hit the bricks with it’s official launching today. As an indication of just how popular this application is – during the beta test period, it was downloaded an astonishing 8 million times.
With its ability to not only view and review PDF files, but create PDF files as well, it’s little wonder Nitro PDF Reader has amassed such a large following. I have to say that Nitro PDF Reader is my favorite PDF tool so, I’m more than a little enthusiastic to get on the go with this latest release.
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Nitro PDF Reader 2.0 includes the following features and enhancements:
Web Browser Integration – preview PDF files from within Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Microsoft Internet Explorer
Nitro PDF Creator 2 – all-new PDF creation engine enables users to create PDF files up to 4 times faster, with 50% reduction in file size
Optimized Rendering Engine – draw and display PDF files on-screen faster with crisp rendering of text and graphics
QuickSign– import a scanned image of your handwritten signature to sign and return documents electronically in just seconds
Optional Content Group (OCG) Layers – show and hide content layers within PDF files with support for printing layer views and scripting OCG interaction in form controls
XFA Form Support – fill-in and save static XML Form Architecture (XFA) forms
Hundreds more significant enhancements – updated Ribbon UI, workflow refinements, improved performance, and more
If you really want to be impressed with just how much capability is built into this application, then visit the developer’s feature page.
System requirements: Windows XP, Vista, Win 7 (32 bit and 64 bit, Vista and Win 7).
Available languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
Download at: Nitro PDF Reader
If you’re tired of working with that malware magnet, Adobe Reader – I think you’ll find that PDF Reader 2.0 is the substitute you’ve been searching for. On top of that – how do you beat FREE!
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