PDFelement iPhone Review
By Brihanna Watson On 12 Jun, 2016 At 08:32 AM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

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Finding you are need to manage documents away from the office? The PDFelement – PDF editor, converter, reader, annotate, scan, add signature and fill form app by Wondershare Software Co., Ltd has you covered! Here is a bit of the app’s description:

A MUST-HAVE PDF Editor & PDF Converter on hand!PDFelement image 2
*** Time-limited special offer $4.99(Original Price $9.99) ***

Why Choose PDFelement?
PDFelement is a must-have, reliable app for anyone who need to read, create, annotate, edit PDF or convert PDF to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Pages and more on iPad or iPhone. It also allows you to mark up documents with handwriting, highlights, stamps and fill forms. Easily edit and sign your PDF documents.
PDFelement is the best choice for edit PDF and convert PDF on your iPad and iPhone!

Key Features:

√ PDF Expert: All in one PDF Expert
√ PDF Markup: Highlight and Markup text in PDF
√ PDF Viewer: VIEW PDF

√ Other things PDFelement lets you do:
– Transfer Files From Mac or PC via Wi-Fi
– Save Email Attachments
– Open attachments directly from the Mail app. Also, you can open PDF files from any other application on the iDevice.
– Sync your files with various cloud services
– PDFelement allows you to download and upload files from Dropbox, OneDrive, GoogleDrive and Box. If you use more than one cloud storage, PDFelement will handle all of them.
– Email files directly from PDFelement with all annotations you made.

PDFelement opens with a quick picture tutorial highlighting its main features in the most updated version; easy scanning, editing, signature, conversion, with powerful organization. Just click the camera icon in the top right corner to get started. Take a picture of your document then line up the sides and corners to crop. One helpful feature to the cropping tool is the addition of magnification on the corners so you can crop your image more precisely. Click the arrow to see the final image and adjust black and white settings. There is a stark black and white contrast for documents and a setting to desaturate. The desaturated version of my document looked cleaner and more readable. The high contrast, however, was a bit over the top. It definitely made my background completely white and the type completely black but so bolded that I could no longer read the text. This happened no matter what lighting I captured the document in. That being said, it is a minor complaint. After adjusting your document appropriately, more pages can be added by repeating the process until the full document is scanned.

For me, the PDFelement app really comes in handy after the image is converted. I can mark up my document by inserting text, adding stamped icons with date and time, or even annotations and signatures to it by writing with my finger. When I uploaded a PDF I already had, it identified the text boxes and allowed me to make adjustments as well as fill in forms. There are also plenty of output options including a useful Wi-Fi Drive. Just navigate to the IP address listed in a browser to access the documents. Uploading to Google Drive, One Drive, Dropbox and Box are also available.

Overall, the app is a one stop PDF shop. Create, convert, and share, it’s all there. PDFelement is currently available in the App Store at the promotional price of $4.99 from $9.99 and is compatible with iPhone and iPad.


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Brihanna Watson

About - Brihanna has been a tech fanatic and computer nerd nearly all her life. When she isn’t chasing around kids or glued to her iPhone, she is updating app junkies like herself on where to find the latest go-to apps. Brihanna is the creator of the App Junkie column at The Smartphone App Review. You can also follow her on Twitter & Tumblr @brihannajoi

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  1. I just purchased the PDFelement app for my Iphone 6. The first time I used it, it scanned and cropped a document ok, but after that, it won’t crop a scanned document or give me an option to save it. I have turned off the phone and started over several times. I can’t find any support for this app.

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