Released 5 years ago , Last update 5 months ago

A fast and customizable Objective-C framework for reading and rendering PDF files in iPhone and iPad apps. Build PDF reader apps or use it as a PDF viewer in your existing apps.

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  • E Eddie 2 months ago
    Hi, does this library support digital signatures?
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 1 month ago
      Hi, Digital signatures are not supported.
    • E Eddie 1 month ago
      Hi Kemal, I wasn't able to display annotations. Am I missing any settings or configuration?
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 1 month ago
      Hi, PDFTouch SDK can only display link annotations with custom url schemes for audio, video, web and map annotations. You can open the "pdftouch.pdf" with the demo app to see the annotations in action.
  • A artmis 3 months ago
    hi, I am trying the demo project, I would like to know is there any way to increase the zoom scale?
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 3 months ago
      Hi Artmis, You can use the pinch gesture to zoom in. The zoom scale can only be changed by editing the source code. All licenses except the "Single App Binary" license include the complete source code of PDFTouch SDK.
    • A artmis 3 months ago
      is there any way for us to change the source code for demo project regarding the zoom scale for testing only? because we need to show it to our client currently they say this zoom scale is not enough so we need to increase the maximum zoom scale.
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 3 months ago
      Can you get in touch with me via email? You can find my information in my profile page.
  • TA thamer aldehani License holderSingle App License
    6 month support
    Purchased on Jun 15, 2013
    5 months ago
    hello, did the PDF Touch support search in Arabic?
  • AR Alex R 10 months ago
    does SDK supports video in PDF and ability to move between pages by clicking links?
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 10 months ago
      Hi Alex, Video and page navigation annotations are supported. Please download the demo and run it with the "pdftouch.pdf" PDF file which has page navigation links and embedded video.
  • EB Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann 10 months ago
    Does your SDK also allow to add and edit annotations?
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 10 months ago
      Hi Eric, PDFTouch SDK doesn't support annotation editing.
    • EB Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann 10 months ago
      OK, how unfortunate. Thank you for the quick reply!
  • A Alexander 10 months ago
    Hello, We are looking in to this SDK and might be integrating it in our application. The only question I have is following: Is it possible to have restrictions on specific documents? For example, a document that have a sertain value "1" will have the button "share" but documents with value "2" will not show the "share" button when opening the document? (Values will come from backend part directly to the document in the application) regards
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 10 months ago
      Hi Alexander, There's no share button in the toolbar but I assume that you'll add it with the custom bar button property. YLPDFViewController has properties to hide/show specific bar button items. So depending on your value you can hide/show these buttons.
  • C Charles 11 months ago
    Does your control support overlay views on top -- for example if we have a transparent draw view we wanted to overlay or overdraw -- would your control have any problems with that?
  • V Vijaykumar 12 months ago
    Hi Kemal, We are using 2.2.2 Licensed version and seeing a strange issue. When we open a PDF with a graph in it, 1. in iOS 9.x, the bar graph doesn't show any colors, just shows black color for bars. 2. but, in iOS 8.x, the bar graph shows proper colors and works fine. Could you please let us know is there any issue with 9.x and PDFTouch. We have source code and we can compile as per your suggestions. Thanks, Vijay
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 12 months ago
      Hi Vijay, PDFTouch SDK uses iOS' native PDF rendering engine. There is most likely a bug in iOS 9.x that causes this issue. Unfortunately there's not much that can be done other than waiting for Apple to fix it.
    • V Vijaykumar 11 months ago
      Thanks Kemal for quick response. Hope, apple fix it soon.
  • SB Sebastiaan Besselsen 12 months ago
    Hi Kemal, can you clarify what the "Single App Binary" license means? There is a big price difference, but the license is exactly the same.
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 12 months ago
      Hi Sebastiaan, The only difference is that the "Single App" license comes with the complete source code while the "Single App Binary" license consists of a binary PDFTouch.framework
  • JL John Legg License holderSingle App License
    1 month support
    Purchased on Sep 11, 2014
    1 year ago
    Kemal, Could you please provide a page number in the sample project where you demonstrate a map view feature or sample code on how to implement this feature? Thank you Kind regards, John
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 1 year ago
      Hi John, Please have a look at the sample "pdftouch.pdf" file in a PDF editor tool. There you'll see that it uses custom annotation schemes to add multimedia on pages. You can find more information about its syntax on pages 9-10 of PDFTouch SDK documentation.
    • JL John Legg 1 year ago
      Kemal, Thanks for the quick reply. I would like to implement a map view as a popover. Could I use the custom nav bar button you added in the latest build to accomplish the popover? Could you provide some sample code in your demo that demonstrates how to add the button? Thank you Kind regards, John
    • Kemal Taskin Publisher 1 year ago
      Hi John, The first step would be to create a UIBarButtonItem and set it up with an image and "action" selector that will be executed when it's tapped. In this action selector you would put the code that creates your map view and displays it as popover. Once you have created your UIBarButtonItem you just assign it to the "customBarButton" property of YLPDFViewController. UIBarButtonItem *myButton = [UIBarButtonItem....; YLPDFViewController *v = [[YLPDFViewController alloc] initWithDocument:....; v.customBarButton = myButton;
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