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Free iOS App: PDF to Excel Converter for iPhone and iPad

Posted In iPad, iPhone - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 With No Comments »

 As you probably know, there are tons of apps on the iOS market and it is sometimes really hard or time consuming to find the most appropriate one for a particular purpose. For every kind of productivity task, there are at least five apps to choose among. No doubt most people would find it frustrating to test all these apps until they find the right one. That’s why we want to help our readers make a good choice.

PDF to Excel Converter

Among numerous productivity apps on the market, today we have decided to bring up one document management app – a PDF to Excel conversion app.

Dealing with different data and documents on a daily basis often implies using a mobile device for completing such day-to-day tasks, in addition to regular document management operations on a desktop device.

In case you didn’t have a chance to hit upon an alternative to desktop-based PDF converter, now is the right time to discover such helpful piece of software.

One of the alternative mobile apps for PDF conversion is the PDF to Excel app developed by Cometdocs.

Some of its most important features: It runs on both iPad and iPhone, on iOS 6.1 or later. This app converts both scanned and native PDF documents. Once the file is converted to Excel, you will find the conversion result in the same folder where the original file is. Since your conversion result is in Excel format, you will need an MS Office or any other app that can view Excel format. In other words, if you want to edit a conversion result, you need to open it in MS Office app.

In case you didn’t know: Most iOS apps work in the same manner in terms of user experience. That means that you will not open the app itself when you want to start the conversion, but you need to open a file you want to convert. Once you open the file, by clicking on the share button you will be able to access PDF to Excel app via the Open in menu.

So, next time you want to add one more app to your mobile storage, you won’t regret it if you consider this lightweight document management app.

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