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PDFescape Homepage Makeover

PDFescape, our free PDF editor and form filler, is progressively getting some cosmetic updates!

New PDFescape Homepage

As we roll out these new changes over the coming weeks, regular users will notice a few things:

(1) A greater focus on getting users to our free PDF editor quicker. You'll notice a single button on our homepage that takes you directly there!

(2) Advertisements (for non-premium members) will, for the most part, only be present in the PDFescape interface itself. This strategic move will allow us to present more information and help about our products on the site itself while still being able to provide our free PDF editor free of charge.

We look forward to your feedback on our new design!

Reader Comments (4)

The new design sure looks promising. PDF files have become very important in our work so is editing and modifying those documents. PDF editors are doing a great job in providing many benefits to PDF users. Thanks for sharing it.

November 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAshley

Your product makes my life easier to support my clients. Your annual premium membership fee is a steal. Thank you so much for supporting the small business community.

January 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJamie Lamartin

At some point, will the online editor site at pdfescape.com become a paid only option? If so, will you have a grandfathered clause for existing users? Thanks for the great program!

January 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMichael Collins

Hi Michael,

We don't have any plans to make PDFescape pay only any time soon. We hope to be able to continue to offer our PDF editor free of charge forever.

Thanks for your complements.

January 28, 2013 | Registered CommenterRed Software

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