Times change. Back in the day it was all WordStar documents, then Word Perfect documents, then Word documents. Today it seems as if the most rapidly growing collection of documents is PDFs. How do you manage and organize and read your stack of PDF files? If it’s a mess, then you need PDFNut. It’s free.
PDFNut is not your father’s PDF reader. Not only does it read PDFs, it also gives you organizational options, and, the single most important reading feature in the 21st century (so far)– tabs.
That means multiple PDFs open and readable within the same reading window.
PDFNut is simple to setup and use, easy to browse PDFs, takes bookmarks, does basic annotations, and even works in fullscreen mode.
That’s the good news. If you have hundreds of PDF files you’ll be disappointed that there’s no search function. Sometimes you do get exactly what you pay for. If your needs are more explicit–PDFs, ePUB, and search, a few bucks gets you Clearview reader (by the same developer).
What a difference a few dollars makes.
Organizing PDFs is easier, viewing and editing is easier, and finding PDFs (and ePUB documents) is easier. Clearview does tabs, Cover Flow search, thumbnails of large collections of PDFs, more editing tools, and comes with page flip or scroll. The only real negative here is that it doesn’t support DRM protected ebooks.