Tag: chrome

Gmail users can view PDF attachments in Google Chrome

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Google has announced that Gmail users can now view their PDF attachments using Google Chrome’s built-in viewer. The new feature will allow users to view PDF attachments online without needing to download the attachments.

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Google Chrome gets its own slick PDF viewer

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A lot of people dislike the experience of viewing a PDF in a web browser. A common complaint is that users are typically in for a long wait, because a separate desktop application needs to be launched and embedded within the browser before the PDF can be displayed. Google Chrome’s new native PDF viewer offers a neat solution to this issue, according to Planet PDF’s Rowan Hanna.

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Google’s Chrome now with integrated PDF viewer

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Google announced that they have added an integrated PDF viewer to the Chrome beta channel. This would allow users to open PDF documents in the browser without any need for additional software or any plug-ins.

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Google trials an integrated PDF viewer for Chrome

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Given recent security hassles at Adobe, Google’s decision to integrate a native PDF reader within Chrome 6 is big news. Google says it’s designed to be foolproof, since users who wish only to view PDF don’t need to download an add-on. Moreover, updates will be made to the PDF reader without user prompting.

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Cool Tool: PDFSearch .edu sites

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The developers at Filedigg offer a free Google Chrome extension tool. The program enables users to search PDF files and eBooks from .edu university websites.

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