PDF Expert is available on macOS and iOS platforms. Kindly note that PDF Expert for Mac and PDF Expert for iOS were launched as separate products and therefore cannot be used under one common license. We offer a 7-day trial with full functionality for both platforms to make it possible for users to test suitability and effectiveness. Learn everything you want to know about PDF Expert across different platforms below.
There are two options of where to buy PDF Expert for Mac: our website and the App Store. Both PDF Expert versions offer the same functionality, update simultaneously, and are backed up by our customer support service.
- When you purchase PDF Expert on our website and receive a license code, you can activate this license on three Mac computers.
- When you purchase it on the App Store, no license is needed. To install PDF Expert on several Macs, log in with the same Apple ID you used to make a purchase.
To understand the advantages of both options, check this article.
PDF Expert for Mac is fully compatible with macOS 10.12 or later and it’s currently not possible to install the app on Mac computer with OS X El Capitan or other older versions.
PDF Expert 7 requires iOS 11.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
It is free to download, but there is also a PRO pack with PDF superpowers like text editing, page management, and redaction. We offer a free subscription for 1 week,and after the trial expires, you can either subscribe to access the PRO pack or use the basic version for new users without any extra costs.
To use a PRO pack on several iOS devices, log in with the same Apple ID you used to subscribe, then download the app.
Note: If you've previously purchased PDF Expert 6, you can still use all the features you had, without a subscription.
PDF Expert is not available for Windows for now. Currently, we are not planning to develop a Windows version of the app as our developers are focused on the improvements for iOS and macOS versions. However, our developers might get back to the consideration of Windows version development in the future.