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Soda 3D PDF Reader: Read PDF Files Like a Real Book

When it comes to PDF document viewing, majority of people still depend on the popular Adobe reader and few of them has now switched to Google Chrome for reading PDF files. Here is an exciting way to read PDF file. With Soda 3D PDF Reader, you can read PDF file like a real book.

Soda 3D PDF Reader is a free PDF document viewer and has some extra features to enhance your PDF reading. The 3D view option enables flip, slide, pinch, and other gestures to keep you excited whel reading multipage PDF e-book.

Also, you can customize the viewing options, which includes Full Screen, Single, Facing, etc.

It has a beautiful, Office 2010 like ribbon interface and as fast as Adobe reader (when opening large file). It is cent percent compatible with all PDF files created with any software.

You can also create PDFs from over 300 file formats including Word, Excel, etc (required registration).

Soda 3D PDF Reader for Windows can download from developer’s website for free at this link (For installation internet connection required)

Similar PDF Reader: Martview.


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