It’s always exciting to launch a new product, and today we unveiled the availability of ComPDFKit for iOS/macOS.
iOS/macOS is known for its rigorous safety technology and features. And iOS/macOS highly integrates software and hardware, which greatly increases the stability of the system. Besides, iOS/macOS also attracts many users with its simple and beautiful interfaces.
ComPDFKit for iOS/macOS is easy to integrate, even developers with limited knowledge of PDF can seamlessly integrate the SDK into their own apps with just a few lines of code. In addition, ComPDFKit for iOS/macOS designs unique user experiences with fully customizable UI source code at your disposal to match your desired look and feel. ComPDFKit for iOS/macOS also gives you direct access to the engineers who built the product at any time you need.
Shipping with comprehensive documentation, examples, and an API reference, ComPDFKit for iOS/macOS illustrates how to integrate it.
Download ComPDFKit for iOS/macOS and take a trial to see it for yourself.
ComPDFKit for iOS/macOS consists of ComPDFKit PDF SDK and ComPDFKit Conversion SDK, both of which provide an Objective-C API (compatible with Swift) for iOS and are supported on iOS 10.0 or higher. Furthermore, ComPDFKit Conversion SDK also provides Objective-C API (compatible with Swift) for macOS and is supported on macOS 10.10 or higher.
The highlights of this release are as follows:
ComPDFKit PDF SDK
・Viewer — Provide a strong rendering engine with a wide range of advanced features.
・Annotations — Crack open PDF annotations to add, edit, import, and export all types of PDF markings.
・Forms — Create, edit, flatten, and print form fields with ease.
・Document editor — Organize and manage PDFs quickly to support workflows.
・Security — Offer various ways to protect PDF documents.
ComPDFKit Conversion SDK
・Convert PDF documents to Word documents.
・Convert PDF documents to Excel documents.
・Convert PDF documents to PPT documents.
Our engineers updated many features and tested them multiple times before releasing, so the product can now meet the partial needs of users. In the coming months, we’ll expand the feature set by adding support for editing PDF and signatures to make our new ComPDFKit for iOS/macOS even better.
If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions for what we should build next and how we can improve the user experience to make it more intuitive, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.