LULU Software launches next-generation Soda PDF products

December 08, 2011


LULU Software, the developer of Soda PDF application, has announced the launch of next generation of its Soda PDF software. Soda PDF is an award-winning range of software for editing and creating PDFs. The new Soda PDF product line features 3D technology, new customizable viewing options and enhanced editing capabilities.

The new 2012 Soda PDF product line focuses on simplicity, usability, speed and value for money. The Soda PDF product line includes Soda PDF Standard, Soda PDF Professional and Soda PDF Professional + OCR.

The new software includes:

  • A patent-pending 3D technology that allows users to read PDF documents in a similar fashion as reading a paper book. Users can easily zoom-in, zoom-out and use customizable viewing options.
  • Additional editing features such as splitting PDFs and rearranging elements within PDF documents. Users can split PDF documents into multiple, more manageable PDF files. Users can also extract specific pages from a PDF document for use elsewhere.
  • Enhanced user interface allows convenient navigation, increased speed and improved conversion.

The new 2012 versions of Soda PDF Standard, Soda PDF Professional and Soda PDF Pro + OCR are now available at Soda PDF Website.

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