Editor — 3.99 For users who already use Apple's Preview for iPad apps or PDF Viewer app, Adobe's new version of Preview for iOS and OS X (PDF Edit Express) is a free update to PDF Viewer, which Adobe launched last fall. “We are making it as easy as possible for users to add PDF files and send them to their printers or PDF editor, with the same ease of sharing a link to an image on Facebook or a YouTube video on Instagram.” Learn more at PDF Expert — Review PDF Expert, which is being discontinued, has the same features as other editors. However, PDF Expert is better suited for editing, for some reasons. PDF Expert PDF Editor — Review PDF Expert is still available in the App Store, however it is also only available for paid users and Adobe has discontinued it. A 2.49 app with PDF editing tools, editing capabilities, and document storage (for iOS 10) for PDFs: Crop and Edit PDF Files: Crop PDFs from Any Angle, Change Image Shape, Change Text Color, and More. A free version that can edit the PDF on the fly by changing the PDF shape is available for iOS. You can add PDFs to your iPhone in just a few steps. You can crop the PDF without leaving Preview without losing the text. This is more efficient than going to your desktop and then manually making changes and losing the data. Read More at : Pricing & Distributivity Open Source Creative Suite 7 has always been free for Mac and PC. In 2015, the first Creative Cloud apps are available on the Mac App Store. However, Macros are not yet supported, and you are still stuck using the PC version. All the software is open source, and it is available everywhere. If it didn't matter I'm a Mac guy.