Read PDF Documents
Open and read any PDF document with lightning fast speed! Soda PDF is a well-equipped, lightweight and fast PDF reader and is 100% compatible with any PDF file. With its simple and exceptionally easy to use design and multiple viewing modes, Soda PDF is an excellent alternative to other slower and more complicated PDF readers.
- View any PDF file in 3D without transformation of the file
- Read digital comic book files in 3D (.cbr and .cbz)
- Browse catalogues, books, magazines, etc. on your PC!
- Use customizable viewing options, including Single/Continuous and Full Screen
- Zoom in and out easily while in 3D view
- View Signatures/Bookmarks
- View PDFs in MS Office applications with the Soda PDF Plugin
- View PDFs online directly in your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome)
Try for FREE
Try opening and reading PDF documents for free with Soda PDF 3D Reader or by downloading our 14-day, full-featured free trial of Soda PDF PRO + OCR.
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A New Way to Look at PDF Documents
Take your PDF experience to a new level and see your documents like you've never seen them before. Soda PDF is the only PDF reader equipped with a 3D View mode. This patent-pending 3D View technology allows you to turn the pages of your PDF documents like you would with a real paper book. If you don't want to use 3D view, no problem – there are several other viewing modes to choose from like: full screen, single and facing. You can even read PDFs directly in your favorite web browser. You decide how you want to read your documents.
Read Comic Books in 3D
Looking for a digital comic book reader? On top of being a fast and well equipped PDF reader, Soda PDF is capable of opening and reading digital comic book files. Pair the 3D viewing mode with Soda PDF's ability to open and read .cbr and .cbz files and you will bring the experience of flipping through the pages of your favorite comic right to your computer.
Did You Know?
PDF is an acronym that stands for Portable Document Format. The format has existed since the early 90's and was created to be a universal document that could be created and viewed on any system and would ensure that the document would always look the same.