We have a deal on PDF Expert for Mac from Readdle. You can create and edit PDFs, work with large PDFs smoothly, and it allows you to annotate PDFs, merge them, and much more. This PDF editor also has a nice list of distinctions, including being The 2015 App of the Year in the Mac App Store and Top Paid App in the Mac App Store. It’s $54.99 through our deal, 31% off retail.
Did you get an iPad Pro recently and need some pro apps? Or maybe you’ve had one for a while and still can’t find pro apps. Here are five that we’ve found that take advantage of the iPad Pro’s hardware.
Andrew has scoured the App Store to give you a roundup of Apple alternative apps. This is a good companion to the Google alternative app list.
Readdle launched Spark 2.0 on Tuesday, a big update to the company’s email client that adds support for teams.
Note: Apps that are locked with a password or Touch ID can’t be accessed within the Files app.
In this TMO interview video, Jeff Gamet interviews Denys Zhadanov from Readdle at WWDC 2017 about Apple’s new iOS 11 features and how they’ll impact his apps.
Readdle announced Wednesday the release of PDF Expert 6 for iPhone and iPad. The update includes a new interface, the ability to password protect files, and you can work from and save to Dropbox. On the editing side, users can edit PDF text, add and replace images, add links to text and pictures, and redact content. The company put together a good video showing off the new features (below). PDF Expert 6 is available now on the App Store at $9.99.
Terry Blanchard, who led the engineering and QA teams for Apple Mail since 2011, is moving on. He’s not going far though. Terry will still manage an email team, but it’s for the Spark email app owned by Readdle. Andrew Orr tells us what this could mean for the future of Apple Mail.