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9 Quick and Free PDF Viewer and Reader for Students

PDF (Portable Drive File) is a universally accepted format to create and share your important files, books and forms. Because it has an advantage over word documents in uneditable, easy to open and small file size. In this blog, we are going to see the 9 best PDF viewers and readers.

1. DocuSign

DocuSign is a business-oriented PDF reader. The main purpose of the software is to open documents, fill them out, sign them, and send them where they need to go. That portion of the app is completely free. There are a couple of subscription options as well. You get a few extra features for $10 each month. Subscriptions for $25 and $40 each month simply grow on that. To be honest, unless you do this professionally, you shouldn't be concerned about subscriptions.

2. Fast Scanner

Another PDF scanner app is Fast Scanner, which isn't as heavy as CamScanner. This handy, straightforward tool scans documents using your smartphone camera and saves them as JPEG or PDF files for later use. It has several functions that will help you sharpen and clean your scan as much as possible before you finalise anything. After that, you can view it with any PDF reading programme. The free version includes the majority of the features, including all of the critical ones. With Google Play Pass, you may get the premium version for free.

3. Foxit

Foxit is similar to pdf. Both provide all-in-one PDF solutions. It has an organisation mechanism that keeps all of your PDF files in one place. There's also support for Connected PDF, the ability to fill out PDFs, and PDF files with certificates, passwords, and Microsoft's RMS. When you consider the reading features, it's a good all-around choice. It's designed mostly for business use, whereas ezPDF is designed primarily for pleasure reading, though it also works well for reading. Foxit also sells a $15.99 app designed exclusively for commercial use. The cost of this version is a mere $0.99.


4. Google PDF Viewer

Google PDF Reader is a Google Drive add-on. For Google Drive customers, the plugin adds native PDF capabilities. This isn't the most robust PDF reader available. You can, however, open and browse PDF files as needed. PDF files can also be printed, searched, and copied. This can also be used as a stand-alone application for individuals who don't want to rely solely on Google Drive. To be honest, there isn't much else to say about it. It only does one thing: it opens PDFs and allows you to read them. For simple use scenarios, the app is ideal.

5. Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word is one of the most powerful word processors available, whether on a mobile device or a desktop computer. PDF files are also supported by the app. You can either generate PDF files and store them as that file type, or you may open PDFs in the app and view them. Of course, Word is capable of a wide range of tasks, including word processing, resume creation, and more. It also offers features for reading ebooks and other PDF-related applications. It's a good all-in-one solution for folks who require both a PDF reader and a word processor.

6. Libera

Librera is one of the most popular PDF readers on Android. Librera is a PDF reader programme that is both interesting and useful. Every time we update this list, it appears to change substantially. The app is now marketed as an all-in-one e-book reader. PDF, EPUB, EPUB3, MOBI, DJVU, ZIP, TXT, and more formats are among the formats supported. It also has a contemporary design, as well as a night and day mode for easier reading at night. If you want to, you can use Text-To-Speech to listen to books. The app is a little more buggy than the others on this list, but it's also free (with advertising). In Google Play, they also have another PDF reader. It goes by the unappealing moniker of PDF Reader, and it also works.

7. Moon+ Reader

One of the most popular e-book readers is Moon+ Reader. It comes with a slew of features, including themes, a plethora of visual options, auto-scroll, intelligent paragraphs, split page mode (for landscape), and much more. The software also accepts a variety of file types, including EPUB, EPUB3, and, of course, PDF. It has a few flaws, but it's one of the better solutions for people who read books in PDF format.

8. WPS Office

Another all-in-one office product is WPS Office (previously Kingsoft Office). It's primarily an office tool that handles various documents, spreadsheets, and the like, but it also has PDF capabilities. You can convert a variety of documents to PDF and view them directly. If you have a form or something that needs to be in a more official format, this is a good option. It doesn't have a lot of PDF functions, but if you need both an office tool and a PDF reader, this is a nice method to get both done in one go. The subscription unlocks several additional, useful functions as well as the removal of advertisements. However, it isn't entirely required.

9. XODO Pdf Viewer

Probably the greatest entirely free PDF reader is Xodo. It has a fast loading time and easy navigation. Filling out PDF forms, signing them, and saving your signature for future use are also options. It also includes features like note-taking, bookmarking, cloud storage, and file management. If you want to, you can take notes on blank PDFs. Given that it's free and has no in-app purchases, it boasts a remarkable number of features. We also enjoy that it can be used for both business and pleasure. There also doesn't appear to be any advertising. We honestly don't see much wrong with it. A dedicated app, on the other hand, can provide extra functions for either business or ebook reading.

That's it, Pals! I know, you're all thinking, where is Adobe Acrobat Reader? Adobe is already known for its brand. So, retiring that I picked up some other promising and best-growing apps. Hope it will be useful. Thank You!

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