The original price:
PDFCompressor = $24.99
PDFPasswordRemover = $24.99
The price right now:
Is it true? Is Cisdem crazy?
Don’t doubt the fact you see, only need $9.99, you can take PDFCompressor and PDFPasswordRemover away. That sounds very attractive, right? Now, the problem is: where, when and how can you get them? Pretty easy, you can go to bundlehunt from October 30 to November 1, and you will see the promotion of Cisdem. The whole promotion will last 7 days.
Well, let us learn something of PDFCompressor and PDFPasswordRemover.
Cisdem PDFCompressor is an amazing app that can help you to reduce the size of 1 or multiple PDF files, so that you can complete your work pre-eminently.
Choose to compress PDF or reduce PDF file size in 5 modes: a maximum of 90%.
Compress PDF file with at tremendous speed: compress a 500-page PDF file within 1 minute.
Support batch mode: easily compress multiple PDFs at a time.
Compress PDF file without any quality loss.
Keep the original PDF format - no unzipping required.
Support password protected PDF files on Mac.
Super easy to use: Just drop the files you want to compress to the app, choose a compression mode, then you are done.
Cisdem PDFPasswordRemover is a PDF unlocker designed to removes unknown owner passwords and known user passwords from encrypted PDF files. So you can access to password-protected PDF files and print, copy, edit, etc.
Directly Remove Password & Restrictions from PDF without damage any elements in your original PDF files.
Compress PDF Files to a Smaller Size: that will help you obtain important savings in bandwidth costs, digital storage costs and network transmission times.
Support All PDF Formats and Multi-language: English, German, French, Japanese, Greek, Latin, Korean, etc.
Support Batch Unlock up to 200 PDF Files at a Time.
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