CreatePDF application from Adobe to create PDFs from your iPhone or iPad


Adobe launched an software for which we are able to convert to pdf any file that we’ve got on our iPhone, all formally and simply.

CreatePDF converts paperwork from Microsoft Administrative center, Open Place of business, Adobe Illustrator or InDesign and numerous photography (JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF) to the favored PDF structure, protecting unique components of the report (textual content, hyperlinks, photography) and providing a last end result with the identical high quality as you could with Adobe Acrobat.


Highlights of Adobe CreatePDF: 
•High Quality PDF Creation
o Creates PDF files that look exactly like the original using the same technology as Adobe Acrobat.
o Consistent, high-fidelity PDF conversion independent of device or software. Uses Adobe’s online services to ensure there is no compromise on quality or performance. The service does not keep a copy of your original or the PDF document.
o Creates PDF files that meet accessibility standards.
o Preserves links, end notes, foot notes and creates bookmarks automatically in PDF files converted from Office documents
o Preserves Transitions and converts Multi-media Content for Power Point files.


•Intuitive Interface for PDF Conversion
o Convert email attachments or files stored in the cloud or any application by opening them within the Adobe CreatePDF application.


o Hand over converted PDF files to other applications, including sending as email attachments with one touch


Supported File Formats include:
• MS Word (docx, doc), Excel(xlsx, xls), PowerPoint (pptx, ppt)
• Adobe Illustrator (ai), Photoshop (psd) and InDesign (indd)
• Images – JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF
• RTF, Text and WordPerfect
• OpenOffice and StarOffice documents

The problem is that the conversion is done online so you will need an Internet connection for the application to work, this is a very negative point for an application that costs a whopping $9.99
Of course at that price it should have healed much more, only with the Adobe name and say it is the official application to create pdfs is not enough.


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