PDFpen Cloud Access
PDFpen Cloud Access
1.1

0.0

PDFpen Cloud Access free download for Mac

PDFpen Cloud Access

1.1
12 April 2012

Manage your PDFpen documents from the cloud.

Overview

PDFpen Cloud Access lets you manage your PDFpen documents on iCloud.

The Mac OS X companion to PDFpen for iPad. The iCloud companion to PDFpen and PDFpenPro.

(If you have PDFpen for Mac or PDFpenPro for Mac from the Mac App Store, the PDFpen Cloud Access functionality is already built-in, so you don't need PDFpen Cloud Access.)

PDFpen Cloud Access helps you manage your PDFpen documents on iCloud. PDFpen has its own space to store your documents on iCloud. You can access PDFpen documents on iCloud via PDFpen for iPad, PDFpen for Mac, PDFpenPro for Mac, and PDFpen Cloud Access.

Features:

  • View PDFpen documents on iCloud
  • Open PDFpen documents on iCloud
  • Remove PDFpen documents from iCloud to local management
  • Delete PDFpen documents on iCloud
  • Rename PDFpen documents on iCloud
  • Preview PDFpen document content on iCloud
  • Integrates with PDFpen for iPad
  • Integrates with PDFpen and PDFpenPro (version 5.7 and later)
  • Scriptable via AppleScript
  • Available in English, Japanese, German, French, Italian, and Spanish

What's new in PDFpen Cloud Access

Version 1.1:
  • iCloud folders support, one level deep:
    • Requires OS X 10.7.2 Lion or later and an Apple ID with an iCloud account
    • View contents of folders on iCloud
    • Create new folders on iCloud via drag and drop
    • Move documents to different folders on iCloud via drag and drop
    • Remove documents from iCloud to local management via drag and drop
    • Rename folders on iCloud
  • Drops support for 32 bit Intel processors due to adoption of Apple's new ARC memory management
  • Other minor fixes and improvemen

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1 PDFpen Cloud Access Reviews

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Neil-M
27 January 2012

Most helpful

Bought it. Functional. I have been a long time user of PDFpen, having bought it long before the App Store, I fail to see why I had pay $0.99 extra. I've been using PDF Expert on my iPad and like it, but I now trying PDFPen for iPad - see if the iCloud hookup makes it better.
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Version 1.0
Neil-M
27 January 2012
Bought it. Functional. I have been a long time user of PDFpen, having bought it long before the App Store, I fail to see why I had pay $0.99 extra. I've been using PDF Expert on my iPad and like it, but I now trying PDFPen for iPad - see if the iCloud hookup makes it better.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
Blloyd
Blloyd
27 April 2012
You have to pay $0.99 extra as there is no way for PDFpen to provide iCloud access without the app being sold on the Mac App Store. So paying $0.99 extra gets you PDFpen cloud access. The alternative is having you buy the whole thing again for $99 to get it. I think $0.99 is a better deal, eh?
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Neil-M
Neil-M
15 April 2014
@Blloyd To respond. Although rather academic - since now discontinued. "The alternative is having you buy the whole thing again for $99 to get it. I think $0.99 is a better deal, eh?" If the function is rolled into the version on the AppStore, why not just offer it as a companion app for free to the existing customers?
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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