PDFCreator For Androids

FREMONT, CA, Feb 01, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Foxit(R) Corporation, a leading provider of solutions for reading, editing, creating, organizing, and securing PDF documents, today announced Foxit PDFCreator, an online PDF creation app for Android devices that converts Microsoft(R) Office(R) and popular file formats to high-quality PDF documents. PDFCreator is available on the Amazon Appstore for Android and the Google Android Market(TM).

Foxit PDFCreator is an easy to learn, simple to use app that allows mobile users to:

  • Create highly accurate PDF documents that retain the look of the original document.
  • Convert supported file formats stored on the device and external cards.
  • Rename, delete, and sort PDF files.
  • Send PDF files as email attachments.

Foxit PDFCreator supports the following file formats:

  • Microsoft Office files: Word (docx, doc), Excel(R) (xlsx, xls), PowerPoint(R) (pptx, ppt).
  • Popular file formats: JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIF, TIFF, TXT, JPEG, and RTF.

“Foxit PDFCreator is a high performance app which allows mobile users on Android devices to quickly and easily create standards-compliant PDF documents,” said Frank Kettenstock, VP of marketing for Foxit. “After creation, these PDF documents can be viewed and annotated using the Foxit Mobile PDF for Android product.”

For more information, contact Foxit at www.foxitsoftware.com or at 1-866-MYFOXIT.

About Foxit Corporation Foxit Corporation, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, is at the forefront of cost-effective electronic document solutions. Customers of Foxit’s award-winning products include major technology and healthcare companies, global financial services firms, and government agencies. Founded in 2001, Foxit Corporation believes in innovative, standards-based technology and unrivalled customer support, with a deep commitment to sustainable, environmentally sound products and services.
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