The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 6.1
Infix PDF Editor applies the flexibility of standard word processors to your PDF documents, making them editable in a simple and intuitive way. You will not need to have any Adobe product installed on your system to create, convert, translate, and enhance your PDF documents.
Its OCR support allows you to turn any image-based PDF file into an editable one.
The program’s interface clearly resembles various well-known word processors. Though you shouldn’t expect to find here the same level of functionality offered by professional text editors, you will surely find a similar level of usability. Despite its limitations, the functionality offered by the program is nothing short of excellent. It not only allows you to edit the text present in the PDF file, but you can search and replace strings, add and edit images, rotate and resize the pages, scan and OCR image-based documents to convert them into PDF, translate the text using CAT tools, etc.
The main beauty of this application is its easy and intuitive learning curve. Both the program’s interface and the icons and menu options used will likely remind you of your favorite word processor, though some of the icons resemble those in Acrobat. The program will reflow your texts so that you can seamlessly work with columns and other layout styles without worrying about the PDF reading order, and you will have a clear overview of the entire document, thanks to its thumbnail view. However, being a PDF-based tool you can enjoy the best of both worlds – the flexibility of standard word processors plus the possibility of cutting, merging, extracting pages, inserting PDF text, cloning objects, etc., of professional PDF editing tools. You can also add comments, sticky notes, watermarks, and text highlights, among others.
Infix PDF Editor can export your documents not only as PDF files, but also as ePUB, RTF, or HTML documents.