Qoppa’s PDF Reader, PDF Studio Viewer, is a full featured PDF reader for Mint Linux that comes with various annotations tools to review and markup PDF documents, has advanced viewing, printing and searching options, and allows to fill & save interactive forms. Qoppa Software publishes a PDF Reader / Annotator & Form Filler for Linux that is free for personal or commercial use.
It comes with many annotation tools to review and markup PDF documents with text and graphics, including sticky note, typewriter, text box, callout, shape, and text markup annotations.
Interactive forms of type Acroform or static XFA can be filled and saved; and support for jаvascript allows for fields calculations, validation and formatting.
PDF Studio Viewer can open secure or signed PDF documents, validate digital signatures, manage digital certificates, turn on and off layers, render all types of gradients and transparency, has advanced options to print and search PDF documents, and more….
The application has a friendly and powerful user interface. The ribbon layout makes it easy to find all the tools at users’ disposal to view and inspect PDF documents, such as a loupe tool, pan and zoom, grid and rulers. The navigation toolbar and side panels (that display comments, thumbnails, layers, destinations, digital signatures, file attachments and bookmarks) allow to efficiently navigate through PDF documents and their interactive objects.
The PDF format is a very extensive file format, with specifications spanning over 1000 pages. Over the last 15 years, Qoppa Software has developed its own robust PDF engine that supports a very wide range of functions.
Install latest version on Linux Mint:
The installer comes packaged as a single file installer and supports 5 languages: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. It is also available for the Windows and macOS platforms.
Download PDF Studio Viewer for Linux
After downloading the installer, open a Terminal window and type the following two commands:
to go to the directory where you downloaded the installer