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June 29, 2009


Joseph Lyons

Um, it's not free if it's even $0.01, let alone $69 or $99 as you suggest. I've been using Nitro for a year and agree that it is better in many ways than Adobe Acrobat, including the price. Yet your leader of "free" is really deceptive and misleading.

Rick Georges

Picky, picky, Joseph. Actually, the download IS free; but, since it is only free for the 14 day trial period, I have adjusted the title, to avoid any confusion. However, anyone reading the post would certainly figure it out, don't you think?

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