Foxit PDF is Great!
March 15, 2022

Foxit PDF is Great!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Foxit PDF SDK

We use Foxit PDF as our main document editor for PDFs in our organization. Foxit PDF allows us to create, edit, and enhance PDFs much like how Adobe Acrobat does. Instead of using Adobe, we went with the lighter weight, more manageable option with Foxit PDFs. This works for all departments not demanding too much training and it gets the job done when mocking up proposals or carrying out e-signature requirements for documents.
  • Editing PDFs.
  • Electronically Signing Documents.
  • Creating handbooks and proposals.
  • Adding Text Fields to documents.
  • Adding and removing pages.
  • Sharing out to other applications.
  • Editing PDFs to remove pages and add pages.
  • Whiting out and adding texts.
  • Adding Signature Fields.
  • It has been cheaper than buying Adobe.
  • It's easy for our end users to use.
  • It comes with all the features required for our firm's line of work.
Foxit PDF was cheaper from a licensing perspective. It was easy on the budget and will not be getting more expensive for enterprise licenses. FoxIt also came with the same features when compared to Adobe and it was much easier to install in our environment. Being that it was lightweight we are able to install, remove and update the client very easily. Also, the support with Foxit was better suited for our needs than Adobe.

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Where FoxIt suites best is if you need an alternative to the big-name PDF editors. It's pretty easy to use and it's comparable to Adobe or any other document editor. It is best used when mocking up proposals for work, creating employee handbooks, putting together offer letters, and essentially any other important document. This is not suitable for creating brochures or pamphlets.