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Qoppa Software releases its beta Android PDF software

May 06, 2011

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Qoppa Software, a leading provider of PDF solutions, has announced the release of beta version of qPDF Notes, its upcoming PDF software for the Android platform. qPDF Notes allows the users to view and markup the PDF documents, and fill PDF forms. The qPDF suite of products from Qoppa will enable its strategic move into the Android-based mobile device market.

Qoppa Software has planned several products for the Android marketplace and these includes:

  • qPDF Viewer: A standalone PDF Viewer to display, navigate and search through PDF documents on Android devices. This new software does not require any server-side software.
  • qPDF Notes: A full-featured PDF Viewer that provides annotating tools to add comments and text markups to PDF documents. It also allows the users to fill up PDF forms, save and email the completed PDF forms.
  • qPDF Toolkit: A PDF Software development kit (SDK) for enabling integration into third-party applications.

The users and developers who are interested in previewing the qPDF Notes or wish to participate in beta testing program can write to Android@Qoppa.com for access to the software.

Find out more about Qoppa Software and its PDF solutions at the official Qoppa website

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