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The Best PDF Viewer for Linux

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The Best PDF Viewer for LinuxLinux has quite a few PDF readers available, but Okular stands out as the best of the bunch, due to its ability to comment on, highlight, and otherwise annotate PDFs.

Features

* View a number of different document formats, including PDFs, EPUB ebooks, CBR and CBZ comic books, DjVu, images, and more

* Annotate and mark up PDF files with comments, highlights, shapes, stamps, and more

* Extract text from a PDF to a text file

* Set bookmarks for later viewing

* Trim white page borders

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