PDF Guru: Edit, Read/Annotate
Developer: Kun Wei
Current Version: 3.0.14
Last Updated: 22 days ago
Download Size: 5.5 MB - Download
Fast and clean tabbed style PDF reader & editor, which make reading & editing enjoyable and efficient.
* Tabbed style window;
* PDF Pages Editing;
* Provides themes, including night mode;
* Annotate PDF;
* Split view;
* Outline editing;
* In-document bookmarking;
* Tabbed style sidebar;
* Clean and powerful toolbar;
* Powerful searching capabilities;
Please feel free to drop us an email ([email protected]) if any question.
* Fixes crash issues when editing text annotation.
* Fixes print bugs on 10.13 (High Sierra)
* Fixes the text annotation border issue after saving, on 10.12 (Sierra)
* Adds a preference to keep the sidebar open every time.
* Fixes other minor bugs
Most Helpful Reviews
Impressed - I had default Adobe reader, but it is so slow, so I was looking for simple pdf reader and this is perfect. It scroll pages so slowly. Thank you….
Nagware - COULD be good if it weren’t for the incredibly annoying nagware that pops up every 15 minutes saying “buy pro, buy pro.” Here’s the thing: I don’t want the features for pro and so I’m not going to pay almost $10 for something I’m not going to use. Charge a couple bucks for this version, fine. I’ll buy. But don’t give it away just so you can advertise your more expensive and unnecessary pro version.
More Reviews for Current Version
Excellent - I've only used it for a week, but it's the best PDF reader I've experience for reading academic articles. It's snappy and reminds me of replacing my web browser with Chrome when it first came out. Can easily add native PDF annotations and search through the existing ones. (And it saves them fast when you close the file. Competitors either do this slowly or, like Skim, use a non-native annotation format that can't be read by other PDF readers.) Draggable tabs. Plays nicely with Zotero. The UI for "find" displays a lot of info intuitively. Everything is just well designed. I haven't yet run into a limitation on the free version, and upgrading to pro is only $20 anyways. Careful though: that this is the first version following a big re-write of PDF Reader X, and it's not completely stable. I've gotten it to crash a couple times, but the developer has been very responsive to feedback and I'd wager on the stability improving soon. (FoxIt Reader crashs on me from time to time as well.) I prefer it over these other PDF readers on maxOS that I have tried: FoxIt, Preview, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Skim.