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Petar Petrenko

One Adobe app less?

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Today, a German software firm named SoftMaker, announced two versions of their Adobe Acrobat like software for a really affordable prices.

Standard for 60 USD/EUR and Professional for 80 USD/EUR. Let us give it a try and say (eventually) goodbye to Adobe Acrobat.

Here is the link:

 

http://www.softmaker.com/en/flexipdf


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There are several good PDF editors out there that deal with forms as well (and all the other features of this particular one and likely more features). If all I needed to do with Acrobat was the preceding, I could take my pick of several.

 

What no company has done, however, is to produce an Acrobat-type of application that can deal with color properly. Things like changing profiles (and managing the color change), Overprint Preview (probably the most used feature in Acrobat among professionals), and so on.

 

Adobe Acrobat is an incredibly useful piece of software for people who need to deal with print and is still sold as a perpetual license product.

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