Nitro PDF announced today its purchase of PDF Hammer, a leading web-based PDF editor and, in tandem with the purchase, has launched a new version of the site featuring an all-new interface.
PDF Hammer gives users the capability to edit PDF files from any platform with the need to install or purchase software. The free PDF editing program features an intuitive WYSIWYG-style visual editor where users can easily see all pages within a web-browser window and select or edit existing PDF content.
The web-based service offers users the capability to combine PDF files, remove pages from existing files and rearrange pages to form new PDF documents. With the new features added by Nitro PDF, users can also secure the PDFs with password-based security and edit document metadata.
"PDF Hammer is a great complement to the rest of our free product family," said Sam Chandler, CEO, Nitro PDF Software. "It continues our mission to provide PDF tools that help all PDF users -- from the occasional to the professional. We now have over 20 million people using Nitro's free products and we're excited to welcome PDF Hammer into the fold. Of course, if you need to perform advanced PDF editing on the desktop, you should take a look at Nitro PDF Professional, but PDF Hammer is great for tasks like document assembly and adding security to your PDF files."
PDF Hammer is immediately available and requires no registration to use. Visit the PDFHammer.com site for more information.
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