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Top 3 PDF editors for Chromebook

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Chromebooks are popular because they are affordable, easy to carry, and user-friendly. They’re especially popular among students, professionals, and those who want a simple computer experience. However, one common problem users face on Chromebooks is finding the right tools for working with PDFs.

PDFs are used everywhere to share and save documents, so having a good PDF editor is important for many tasks.

In this article, we have listed the top three PDF editors for Chromebooks to edit and save and keep your documents safe.

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Adobe Acrobat Online

Price: 7-day free trial and then $29.99/month

Adobe Acrobat is a famous PDF tool. You can use Acrobat’s PDF tools directly in Google Chrome for a seamless PDF viewing experience and increased browsing productivity. You can easily add comments like sticky notes, text, and highlights to your PDFs for free.

If you need more advanced features from Acrobat, you can explore tools for tasks like converting to and from PDF, making PDFs, combining multiple PDFs, arranging PDF pages, shrinking PDF file sizes, and more.

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WPS Office

Price: WPS Standard is free to use, and WPS Pro will cost you $23.99/month

WPS Office is a popular and free PDF editing software many people use today. It’s like a complete office package that includes tools for writing, making presentations, working with spreadsheets, and editing PDFs. WPS PDF stands out as a great PDF editor because it has an easy-to-use interface and looks much like Microsoft Word, making it easy to use for everyone.

It allows you to add text, titles, footnotes, and images to your PDFs. You can also fill out forms and put your signature on documents. It offers all the text styling options in Microsoft Word, like making text bold, italic, or underlined and aligning it differently.


Price: 30-day free trial and then $20/month for a Basic plan

One of the best PDF editors on the Chrome Web Store is PDF Editor for Docs. To use all its features, you first need to create an account. After that, you can do lots of things with this PDF editor.

You can change the text, write notes, put your signature on PDFs, share them with others, and fill in the information. It even helps you turn PDFs into different types of files without too much trouble. And the best part is it’s easy to use because it looks simple and friendly.

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