Docudesk has released PDFzen, a free PDF editor created using HTML5 so it is cross platform and can be used from a variety of devices, including the iPhone and iPad.
The browser-based PDFzen lets you edit, share and fax PDF documents from within the browser; there is no software or plugins to download.
"The bottom line for users is that PDFzen makes document collaboration painless. You can markup a document just like you would if it were on your desk - even place a wet ink signature,” said Docudesk CEO Darren Matheny in a release.
The PDFzen web app is designed to let users easily share and collaborate on documents. You can also share links privately for collaboration, publish directly to social media, or embed a document on your own site.
Docudesk says PDFzen will always be free to mark up, share and collaborate on documents. The one option where a small fee is charged is the secure faxing feature.
Docudesk also offers a free desktop tool in deskPDF Reader (PC & Mac). With this application installed users can create PDF files and upload to PDFzen with one click to publish documents to the web directly from the desktop. Scan to PDF is also included in the Windows version of this free PDF reader.