ePapyrus Launches “PlugPDF” SDK in the US - The Leading PDF Reader SDK Featuring a Quick Three-Step Implementation Process

Create high performance mobile PDF reader applications quickly and effectively, with optimum support on both Android and iOS platforms.

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ePapyrus’ “PlugPDF” represents a new paradigm in how PDF readers can be incorporated into apps. Unlike other SDKs that support only one platform, PlugPDF provides a consistent look, feel and functionality for both iOS and Android platforms.

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (PRWEB) May 01, 2014

ePapyrus USA has announced the rebranding of its ProCore product for the US Market. The new product name is “PlugPDF” and will be supported by the branch office in Seattle, WA. ePapyrus’ “PlugPDF” represents a new paradigm in how PDF readers can be incorporated into apps. Unlike other SDKs that support only one platform, PlugPDF provides a consistent look, feel and functionality for both iOS and Android platforms.

PlugPDF is reported to possess unmatched features and offers app developers the ability to add a fully functional PDF reader to their app in mere minutes. ePapyrus has reduce the time required for integration and has eliminated all of the complex technicalities and complicated coding. All it takes is the addition of 5 Easy Lines for a quick, hassle-free deployment. PlugPDF SDK comes with a user-friendly and simple interface that is ready to use and to instantly add a PDF Reader to any app.

PlugPDF SDK comes packed with features that will maximize the usability of an app with the ability to view PDF documents on the go with cross platform support. Multiple display views are now possible with single page views, continuous page view, and thumbnail view. With a single click, the desired text can be searched in the entire document, featuring: text search, highlighting, view next and previous entries, and much more. Dual auto mode screen orientation - portrait or landscape, as well as the ability to lock auto rotation are included features. Users can adjust the brightness of the screen from 10-100%.

The company reports that without showing the built-in PDF reader user interface, pages can be rendered in PDF documents into images. Annotating PDF documents on the fly is a simple matter with the freehand drawing tool and eraser, with fine control of thickness, color and opacity. Changes can be saved in the standard PDF format. PlugPDF offers a simple “pinch” to zoom in and out. Just a double-tap on the screen is all it takes for automatic zoom. The software has been designed to make navigation a simple task via the slide bar at the bottom of the page. Page number indication for instant reference and access to protected PDF documents is accomplished by entering the password for all versions of the PDF file. Good news for indie developers, as this software is Free for their use.

For complete information, please visit: http://plugpdf.com


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    ePapyrus Inc.
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