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Topic # 144040 5-May-2014 18:04
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Hi Everyone

Just started a new company, we make a great PDF reader that runs in your browser and integrates with cloud services.

You can write comments or highlight (even offline) and it's saved back to the cloud - and you can share them.

It's at www.notablepdf.com .

Thoughts?

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  Reply # 1037295 5-May-2014 20:07
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Very slick looking app. Tested it with a couple of PDFs from Google Drive and it worked great.

Just one question - how do you plan to monetise it?





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  Reply # 1037298 5-May-2014 20:13
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Thanks!

We have a premium version with some extra features (of which only a few are actually finished development) - at the moment we are giving a lifetime subscription for any price you like >= $1 US, but it'll probably be a yearly or monthly subscription eventually.

We are also selling to businesses and schools with premium support and customized features.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1037399 5-May-2014 22:30
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This is a winner. Well done.

Some minor problems on sign in. Chrome's default popup blocking plays havoc with the google account login method. I'd suggest avoiding the popups, but esp for first login.



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  Reply # 1037401 5-May-2014 22:34
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Yeah, we are working around the popup blocking in a few other places but not there yet, I need to deal to that!

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  Reply # 1049812 20-May-2014 14:53
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Great job, have got it downloaded to have a fiddle round with 




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