Nitro PDF Software, the company behind Acrobat-alternative Nitro PDF Professional, has released Nitro PDF Reader, a free PDF viewer that also offers free PDF creation. Nitro PDF Reader can be used to add comments, annotations and markups for digital collaboration, fill and save PDF forms, stamp signatures, extract text and images, and type text directly onto PDF files.
"Nitro PDF Reader aims to revolutionize the PDF reader category, second only to web browsers in world popularity, with class-leading functionality and a ground-breaking user experience," said Chris Dahl, Nitro's CTO. "This was the next logical step for Nitro as we continue to amass the largest user base of free PDF software outside of Adobe and the technology we've developed for our premium products. This is our vision to provide a no-strings-attached, truly free PDF reader that does everything we believe users want and nothing they don't."
Lonn Lorenz, Nitro's Chief Product Officer and globally recognized authority on PDF, added, "The digital document 'revolution' is yet to arrive because there is nothing easy or intuitive enough for a wider audience to use -- let alone something available for free. We developed Nitro PDF Reader for the people who might not need the depth of functionality Nitro Pro offers but still encounter PDF files on a regular basis. Simply stated, our goal is to make working with PDF files as easy as pen and paper."
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