Fixed bugs and improved stability.
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Ratings and Reviews
I used iText Express for 6 months and I found myself beginning to use it more than my specialized programs, so I finally decided to go ahead and purchase iTextPro. Already I am loving it. I always try to write with line numbers because it makes editing a longer document so much easier. Not only does iTextPro enable line numbering, but you can also have a document print out with the line numbers. IText Pro works as fast as iText Express and I don't see that beach ball turning when I use the program. I love the document templates and ended up using the US Notepaper most of all, and creating my own template was fairly easy. I adore the gesture which zooms the text in and out but would love it if they added a default zoom to the program preferences since I wear glasses and require a zoom% of 150 to 200 to feel comfortable writing, but until they add it, I'm fine using the gestures. Of course, I always did like the bookmarks, but having layered bookmarks is so much better. Best of all, iTextPro saves to RTF, RTFD, TXT, HTML, ODT, WebArchive, DOC/DOCX, so I can exchange files easily with my friends that still use a PC and MS Office or Open Office. I feel I'm getting my money's worth with this program.
Love the app, but every time I open it — and I bought it for speed of use — I get a message saying that it’s from an unidentified developer. I have to go into System Preferences and okay it, even though I bought it from the Apple App Store. Quite annoying!
My personal favorite for years
This has long been my favorite word-processor, with simple and fast operation yet with many options. I was VERY disappointed for a short time when it couldn't initially save files when running on Yosemite, but now that is fixed, and I am back with my longtime favorite.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.