A PDF file is generally a "Read Only" file but some elements of a PDF file can be directly modified without having it's source code. There many tools available for editing PDF files. Few of them are web based tools like pdfescape, cutepdf-editor, etc. Few of them are offline PDF editors like Foxit , Adobe etc. By this post I will introduce one more alternative for editing PDF document. It is Master PDF Editor which is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It is free for Linux users for non-commercial use.

These are some of the advanced features of Master PDF Editor:

  • Createnew PDF and XPS files or edit existing ones.
  • Add and/or edit bookmarks in PDF files.
  • Encrypt and/or protect PDF files using 128 bit encryption.   
  • Convert XPS files into PDF.
  • Add PDF controls (like buttons, checkboxes, lists, etc.) into your PDFs.
  • Import/export PDF pages into commong raphical formats including BMP, JPG, PNG, and TIFF.

Master PDF Editor is available on Ubuntu Software Centre. Ubuntu users can install Mater PDF Editor by clicking below button.

    Other Linux Distro user can download it from here.

    Mac, Windows user can download it from here.

    For more info about Master PDF Editor you may visit it's official site from here.

    Every year Google releases trending search topics of the previous year by Google Zeitgeist.Google Zeitgeist of year 2012 is out. You can check out top trending search topics for year 2012 from here. You can also filter results country wise.

    A video by google showing year 2012 in review:

    That was what people searched about but if you want to check what you searched then you can any time go to your Google history from here.

    Now this is huge ... Ubuntu OS for Mobile Phones with almost same interface and tools that we use on Ubunut Desktop system. Sounds cool ...

    For more information about the same watch founder of Caninical Ltd. himself introducing Ubuntu Phones in below video.

    Here is a hands on demo of ubuntu phone OS working on Galaxy Nexus b www.engadget.com. Working cool ...

    You can read more about the same on Ubuntu's site from here.

    Also if you are a developer interested in developing apps for Ubuntu phone OS then you can get started from here.

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