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I began using PDF Studio in 2009 and rely on it as my primary PDF tool. Though there were claims back in 2009 that it ran sluggishly, I never found so and am very satisfied with its responsive and fast performance. I originally began using it because it was, and probably still is the best PDF editor for Linux. The thing I like best about PDF Studio is that it is cross platform, and will allow you to switch between different computers running Windows, Mac and Linux using your license. Also, its OCR function works very well and is an easy way to get reliable and easy-to-use OCR in Linux.
A few years ago PDF Studio lacked OCR capability but this was added in version 8. The OCR is based on the open-source Tesseract and is invaluable for converting scanned text into text-searchable documents. In version 9, the company added a redaction function that allows the user to remove sensitive or personal information from PDF documents.
I've found situations where Acrobat is unable to open a PDF, but PDF Studio is able to open it without any problem. Its also significantly cheaper than Adobe Acrobat and other PDF solutions. Because PDF Studio been around now for years, its quite a mature, well thought-out product. The company produces portable versions of PDF Studio that run on Android and Blackberry 10 mobile phone OS as well.
Price: Free Trial ($89.00)
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