Nitro Pro 8 is a feature-packed PDF program with impressive performance and a dead-simple interface. And with its slim price tag, it is a fantastic option, even over the popular Adobe Acrobat.
Looking for a way to smash multiple PDFs into one document? No need to download separate software -- OS X can do that all by itself, and Veronica walks you through it on today's Tekzilla Daily.
An iPad app has finally made its way to Android, allowing you to sign PDFs.
PDF documents are exceptionally popular, and having an option for organizing them is a necessity for some people. One option you can try is to use iTunes as a PDF organizer.
Joining multiple PDFs into one document is easy if you have Acrobat--but if you'd rather save the money, there's a free program for Windows that does the trick.
EPUB files might be nicer to look at, but PDFs are far easier to make and import onto your iPad, no syncing required. We'll show you why it's our favorite way to use the iPad as an e-reader.
PDFs are great for sharing documents across platforms--until you're trying to read one on a 3-inch screen. Papercrop is a great Google app for Windows and Linux that lets you rebuild PDFs for easier mobile reading.
A number of people are having problems viewing PDFs in Safari, where the browser will show a blank white or black screen instead of the selected PDF file.
While you can easily create PDFs in OS X using the print dialog box, with a few tweaks to settings you can customize these PDFs to only hold the content you want to save.