COLUMBIA, S.C. (PRWEB) August 20, 2012
Mac users can watermark any PDF file without expensive PDF software, thanks to Impress, a new app from 52apps. With Impress, users can watermark documents using any text, stamps (pre-defined text images), any image, a hand-drawn signature, the current date and time and/or page numbers.
Impress helps content creators protect their intellectual property by adding watermarks that make illicit copying difficult. Impress can watermark any PDF file, no matter what application created the original document.
- Watermark any PDF file, regardless of source
- Create watermarks from:
o Stamps (pre-defined text images)
o Images (e.g. logos, etc.)
o Signatures (created by hand within the app)
o Date/Time (automatic stamp)
o Page numbers
- Create multiple watermarks in a single file
- Place watermarks on different parts of the page
- Save frequently used watermarks
- Available now in the Mac App Store
- Price: $6.99
“Our firm has to regularly mark our documents. Increasingly, our senior partners are using Macs and iPads for their documents. This is the first tool that our team has found which allows us to build custom watermarks for our PDF files on the Mac. Great work.” – Law firm IT executive, Dallas, Texas
“A handful of Mac apps have built-in watermarking functions, but most do not, especially graphic design programs. Impress helps designers and others discourage unfair copying of PDF versions of their work.” – Brendan Lee, co-founder and lead developer, 52apps
Every week, 52apps turns an idea from the public into an iPhone or iPad app and launches it. 52apps – based in Columbia, S.C. – developed a proprietary framework to create, test and launch high-quality apps quickly. The company hosts "App Idea Days" as public forums where anyone can submit ideas. 52Apps shares revenue from apps with the idea generators. The company’s apps have received as many as 500,000 downloads. For more information, visit http://www.52apps.com. Connect with 52 apps on Facebook and follow the company on Twitter: @52appsTeam.
Jani Spede Public Relations