ryan-feeley's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 9/2/19 2:06 PM
I haven’t had any dropbox or large file issues. App has a smooth user experience but needs to support highlighting, properly render opacity in annotations, and have “pencil-only” annotation input if they want to make a real challenge to the pricier apps like pdfexpert.
jfstitcher's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 9/2/19 2:06 PM
edit: The app is working great again. The only problem is that it won’t do a search on the space anymore. This new version went backwards on the search function. You can no longer do a case sensitive search. Main reason I used this app versus other pdf programs.
Mr. SilverFox's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 9/2/19 2:06 PM
This is my go-to app for .pdfs on a tablet. Most of the bugs are fixed and it seldom crashes. I’m using version 3.0.4 on iOS 12.2. I like the ability to pinch zoom out and see all the pages. One thing that was in older versions of the app that I really miss is the ability to select a line of text in a document and then choose to highlight, underline, or strikeout. In the current version you can choose to highlight in this fashion, but to underline you have to turn on the underline function and then hope you can exactly select the desired text to be underlined on the first try. If you mess it up then you must back out of the underline function, delete the undesired underline annotation, and then re-enter the underline function to try again. It’s actually quite frustrating. Otherwise, I prefer this app over other popular pdf apps. The menus are fairly straightforward and intuitive. I use it to handle a very large library of documents and browsing them in folders is easy. Former review: I am very displeased with this app so far. I've read the reviews from a few days ago that say the app is fixed with the latest update, but I'm using that update (2.704) on the iPad Pro 10.5 running iOS 10.3.2 and the app keeps crashing (50-75% of the time) when performing the search function. Further, sometimes the search function won't work at all (won't even find a word on the page as I'm staring at the word). The list of recently opened files literally only shows the last opened file. The page turn animation is slow. After highlighting some text about fifty percent of the time the page will not turn. Moving or resizing a text box is a chore because instead of allowing the user to select the box the program immediately opens a cursor to change the text. This is a far cry from the usability of this app that I experienced on Android. Switching to an iPad I assumed that this version would be just as useful. So far it's been nothing but frustrating and unreliable.
Fachex's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 9/2/19 2:06 PM
No menus just the pdf.
simple517's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 9/2/19 2:06 PM
Feel so bad about this updated version
Ritapaint's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 9/2/19 2:06 PM
I do like the app, but every time you update you lose all of the information I have put in. 5 years of a magazine subscription I cannot get back. Not happy!
Me RB's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 7/8/18 5:29 AM
This last upgrade just made me lose all my sermons. Can’t open none. I need HELP!!! I need them right now.
lish60's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 7/7/18 4:03 AM
Why change something that was perfect?? I really wish I could figure out how to go back to the older version and not update it.
EngPrf's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 7/5/18 9:21 PM
I want to roll back to the previous version ASAP. Where are all my documents. You have got to be kidding me.
Prsmurf's Review of Ezpdf ReaderReviewed on 7/5/18 1:21 AM
This has been one of my favorite apps and most used on almost a daily basis. After the recent update 2 days ago I can’t find any of my documents. Nothing looks like it did when using the app. If I wanted to save or use iCloud I would have but I don’t want to and I don’t want to pay to save items. I want to know where are my documents? I need them.