PDF Extra remains a versatile app that offers a range of features and functionalities to work with PDF documents effectively while using your mobile phone that runs on the Android OS. For instance, the app allows users to view and annotate PDF files with a variety of tools, such as text boxes, highlighters, and stamps. You can use PDF Extra to add comments, draw shapes, underline text, and strike through content.
You got the point: the PDF Extra app can help you do pretty much all you want with PDF documents. But the app is getting even better due to the new release of the 10.2.2.1998 update in the form of APK.
What’s new in PDF Extra 10.2.2.1998
In the latest update of PDF Extra, users will see a more streamlined and convenient experience. The scanner feature has been enhanced with the addition of auto-capture functionality, allowing the app to automatically capture shots of documents, which will simplify the scanning process.
When it comes to filling and signing forms, PDF Extra now has form flattening for improved security. Each form that is signed will be flattened, ensuring that the content remains secure and tamper-proof.
We also need to keep in mind that the edit mode has been improved, making it easier to cut, copy, and delete text boxes and images. These updates aim to provide users with a more efficient and secure PDF editing and management experience.
The PDF Extra 10.2.2.1998 update is already up for grabs in either a simple APK file or as an APK bundle. It all depends on you and how you prefer your updates. The only requirement is to make sure that your device runs on at least Android 7, but that will hardly be a problem for anybody nowadays.
What do you think about the new update for the PDF Extra app? Feel free to tell us in the comments!
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