Smile has released the new version of PDFpen 6, with a ton of new features. Philip Goward, Jean MacDonald and Greg Scown talk about the new PDF-to-Microsoft Word export, the redesigned interface and Retina Display optimization. That’s hardly all, though. The team covers some of their other favorite features, discuss the extra capabilities of PDFpenPro 6, the variety of upgrade options, and the differences between the Mac App Store version and the direct purchase version.
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Philip Goward is a co-founder of Smile, developers of PDFpen and TextExpander. He lives in San Francisco and has a passion for opera. You can find him on Twitter.
Jean MacDonald is a partner and head of Marketing and PR at Smile, developers of PDFpen and TextExpander, as well as an active member of the tech community. A would-be rock ‘n roll star, you can follow all of Jean’s exploits on her Twitter stream.
Greg Scown is a partner and co-founder of Smile, developers of PDFpen and TextExpander. You can follow him on Twitter.
PDFpen 6 on the Smile site
PDFpen 6 in the Mac App Store
PDFpenPro 6 in the Mac App Store