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LULU Software Releases Soda PDF Online Services

MONTREAL, QC -- (Marketwired) -- 02/05/14 -- LULU Software, maker of the portable document format (PDF) application Soda PDF 6®, releases today Soda PDF Online Services, a set of online tools to create, convert, merge, split, store, and share PDF files. With all its features available online, users can very easily manage their PDF documents wherever they are, using different kind of devices including laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.

A convenient complement to the Soda PDF desktop applications such as Soda PDF 6, the Online Services makes it easier for users to manage their PDF files with their web browser. Its simple, sleek, and user-friendly interface allows users to create PDF documents from a variety of file formats such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, JPG, PNG, and HTML with its Create feature. The Convert tool gives users the option to quickly convert their PDF file into Word or RTF. Online Services also enables users to combine multiple PDF files together with the Merge option, as well as separate a PDF document into multiple ones through the Split feature. This tool has been created especially for those who want to quickly and efficiently create, convert, merge, and split PDFs without having to download PDF software, as well as for those using a public computer.

Soda PDF Online Services provides the practical option of sending the created or transformed PDF document to the user's email address. The Create feature is free of charge for everyone to use. Users who register with the Free Account can use the Convert feature and have 100 MB of free online storage. The low-cost Premium Membership gives users access to all these features including the Merge and Split options, unlimited PDF creation and conversion, and 500 MB of storage. Both accounts provide users the convenient option of storing both their original and converted files in the cloud.

"This is an exciting time for us to be launching the Soda PDF Online Services, which provides users the quick and convenient option of creating and converting PDF files directly on their browsers," said Eric Gareau, CEO of LULU Software. "In this age where time is a precious commodity, we are proud to give users not only the speed to manage their PDFs, but also plenty of benefits that add value to their documents."

For more information, visit http://online.sodapdf.com.

About LULU Software
LULU SOFTWARE™ is the publisher of Soda® PDF, a portable document format (PDF) application. Known as "the software company moms recommend to geeks™", LULU Software has users as its focus, producing software that are easy-to-use, light, and budget-friendly. Established in 2010, LULU Software has designed and developed an award-winning product line, including Soda PDF 6, the first fully modular application in the market, and Soda PDF 3D Reader®, the first PDF reader that accurately reads comic books and eBooks in 3D. LULU SOFTWARE has offices in Montreal (Canada), Malta and Ukraine. For more information, please visit www.lulusoftware.com.

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