Testimonials from people who have worked with the sales and support teams at PDF-XChange Co are detailed below. If you want to read user reviews about our products, then please go to the relevant product page.
30 Nov 2009
This whole product is amazingly GREAT news!
I have been playing with the typewriter mode AND it's impressive. I have a
friend that must complete a PDF - Request for entry visa to Mozambique -
and the original PDF IS NOT designed to enter text comments, BUT with
Typewriter Mode, not a problem.
Save a work in progress - filling in parts of the form, then having to do
some research to fill in more of the form, saving and reopening! NOT a
I keep finding things I like about it, and how much easier the interface is
than the other guy, hard to constructively criticize at this point!
30 Nov 2009
A breath of fresh air in a former proprietary-format world.
Case in point: certain other software would cost you $299 just to be able to make little margin notes.
PDF-XChange Viewer does that for free.
That pretty much speaks for itself.
Jeremy T. Gibson
01 Dec 2009
I'm writing to leave a simple thank-you for the developers.
I started my simple PDF editing needs some time ago using Adobe Acrobat versions 4 and 5, and stopped upgrading from there because of the costs. I've found several means to generate PDF documents, previously using PostScript printing and Ghostscript conversion, and more recently just using the interface to those program provided by PDF Creator.
My needs for editing PDF documents have been rather simple too, in that all I really do is import, export, delete, rotate, crop ... etc. the pages of a PDF document. About the only thing I might consider unique for my usage is the occasional need to extract an image stored in the PDF file (Acrobat worked really well for this).
For working with pages, I've pretty much stuck with some free tools such as: PDFTK Builder and PDFFill. What I found really great about PDF X-Change Viewer is that you provide a graphical/visual means for cropping a page. Most of the free tools I've found only allow you to enter measurements for how far to crop in from the edge ... it just takes too many times doing it that way before it is right. I even looked at how Cute PDF did there cropping, and for a paid product it was no better than the free tools.
I've looked at other commercial tools too that could perform the above, but they end up charging again too much for just the features I need. They start bundling all the PDF creation and form editing features I don't use.
So, when I finally came across your viewer last week, I played with it for a few days and thought it fit my needs perfectly! And, when 3 licences cost only $60, I can't justify using any other free programs anymore.
So, I bid you a simple thank-you and am eager to use image extraction in the PRO viewer once you add it.
01 Dec 2009
I must thank u 4 ur update of PDF Xviewer to 2.xx. It is really really cool & I must say tht in the aspects of 'commenting'(especially in highlighting text) & 'loading' of ur respective programme ths update really has to offer many improvements. I am running ur software on abt 320 computers in my university, here in Pakistan, & all r much impressed by its performance than those of Adobe products. Students of our university from various Pakistan cities are geeting ur software via USB to their personal home computers, creating a somewhat 'chain reaction' 4 ur popularity!!
Plz keep up the good work 4 such praiseworthy freeware.
26 Jul 2010
This was one of the best purchases we ever made; and we recommended it to everyone who's asking and also to lots who didn't ask ;)
When using your software, we sometimes feel that we payed not enough for the functionality it offers. Especially when considering usability it's one of the best pieces of software I've ever had on my system!