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GrapheneOS brings its privacy-conscious camera and PDF viewer apps to the Play Store

There is certainly no shortage of camera apps on the Google Play Store. If you're been a part of the Android ecosystem for any length of time, you’ve probably tried out several different camera apps besides the OEM ones. While there may be many to choose from — including the community favorite Google Camera ports...

Need to share a PDF form? Here’s how to make a PDF fillable

How many times have you received a PDF file that needed to be filled in, but there was no convenient way to do it? We've all been there, and the hassle of printing a document or finding software you can use to fill in the form can be a bit annoying. Apps like Microsoft Word...

How to make a PDF

‘Portable document format,’ commonly known as PDF, is a file format primarily used to present documents, especially when you need to save a file that a third party cannot modify. Adobe first created PDF in 1993 and, as of today, it's now an open standard maintained by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO). Essentially it's...

Google Chrome is getting PDF Annotation and PDF Form Filling support

Chrome is one of Google's highlight products, as it reigns supreme as the browser of choice for a lot of people. Chrome's tight integration with Google services, and the fact that it comes preloaded on devices that have Google Play Store support allow it to be the default medium of interaction with the internet for...

PSPDFKit, the PDF Framework used in Dropbox and Evernote, is now Available in a Standalone App [XDA Spotlight]

The beauty of Android lies in its intents system. Unlike iOS, Android has the ability to replace most default applications with third-party software. In Android, applications can define intent filters that allow them to react to certain events such as tapping a URL or opening a file. Applications that can handle opening PDF files are quite numerous,...