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Haihaisoft PDF Reader

Haihaisoft PDF Reader is a free PDF document Reader and Printer, extremely fast launch speed and rich feature set. It is also for reading PDF document protected by DRM-X platform. It is now available for Windows, Mac, Android, and iPhone/iPad.Support multiple languages: English, Arabic, Afrikaans, Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Malay, Norwegian English, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Welsh and other languages.

Features of Haihaisoft PDF Reader Final

• Read PDF: Read and Print all Adobe PDF documents
• Very small size: The download size of Haihaisoft Reader is only 1.7 MB which is a fraction of Adobe Reader.
• Speedy launch: When you run Haihaisoft PDF Reader, it launches instantly without any delay. It saves your precious time.
• High security and privacy: We know security and privacy are very important for you. Haihaisoft PDF Reader highly respects the security and privacy of users and will never connect to the Internet without users’ permission. For protecting your privacy, Haihaisoft PDF Reader doesn’t connect to the Internet in the background for updating. You just need to check version and update the software by single click in the Help menu.
• Built-in 41 languages: It is a powerful PDF Reader with built-in 41 languages, despite where you are from, you can easily select languages in the Language menu.
• Read protected document: It supports protected PDF document by DRM-X platform. With DRM-X platform everyone can easily set different rights permissions and securely share your document.

Title: Haihaisoft PDF Reader v1.5.5.0
Developer: Haihaisoft Corporation
License: FreeWare
Language: Multi
OS: Windows
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This post was recently updated on June 6, 2017