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SintraWorks has updated PDF Nomad, a PDF editor for Mac OS X (10.7 and higher), to version 2.0. The upgrade adds scanning, OCR, AppleScript support, automatic page deskewing, bookmarks management and more.
PDF Nomad's features include simple text search and extraction, file merging, page splitting, form creation, markup and annotation, booklet/magazine creation and more. You can create and fill out PDF forms, mark-up text and annotate pages with rectangles, ovals, arrows, lines and more.
With PDF Nomad, you can resize whole documents to a different page size with a single command, or resize individual pages with drag and drop, shifting page contents as needed. You can export individual pages as bitmaps (jpg, png etc.) or create spoken audio files from the document's text.
PDF Nomad 2.0 is normally available as a single-user license for US$49.99 from both the Mac App Store and from the SintraWorks website (http://tinyurl.com/otysszw), but throughout the rest of May and June SintraWorks is extending a special upgrade price of $24.99.
Users who purchased PDF Nomad from our webstore on or after March 1, 2013, can upgrade to version 2.0 for free by installing and running the new application over their existing registered copy. (This offer also extends to users who purchased PDFClerk Pro within that time frame.)
Due to limitations of the Mac App Store, users who purchased PDF Nomad through Apple are only eligible for upgrade pricing through the end of June. For a full-featured demo, you can download PDF Nomad from the SintraWorks website. The only limitation is that on output each page is stamped with a watermark.