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  • Crocodoc Previews Its Revamped HTML5 Document Converter For PDF, Word And PowerPoint Files

    Crocodoc Previews Its Revamped HTML5 Document Converter For PDF, Word And PowerPoint Files

    Crocodoc allows you to upload your PDFs, Word and PowerPoint documents and convert them into HTML5 so you can easily embed them on your own sites. The company, which has converted over 60 million documents since and signed up the likes of Dropbox, LinkedIn, Yammer and SAP as customers since its launch in 2010, just announced the launch of its new HTML5 document converter with a revamped… Read More

  • Crocodoc Debuts HTML5 Document Embedding Technology; Partners With Dropbox, Yammer, SAP

    Crocodoc Debuts HTML5 Document Embedding Technology; Partners With Dropbox, Yammer, SAP

    Y Combinator alum Crocodoc is debuting a new technology today that aims to bring an enterprise-grade HTML5 document embedding service for Microsoft Office and PDF files to web-based products. Crocodoc launched in 2010 to kill off Acrobat. The startup’s initial Flash-based technology allowed you to upload a PDF, and receive a version of the same document in your browser, which you could… Read More

  • Crocodoc Launches HTML5-Based Document Viewer With Annotations, Embeds, And Its Own API

    Last spring document sharing portal Scribd launched an impressive new HTML5 engine that can render the site’s millions of documents in the browser, without Flash. Now fellow Y Combinator alum Crocodoc is launching its own HTML5-based document viewer that’s very similar to Scribd’s, but with a few key┬áimprovements, including the ability to actually annotate these documents in… Read More

  • Crocodoc Closes Angel Round, Launches Revamped Document Collaboration Tools

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I detest Adobe Acrobat. Scarred by years of wrangling with bloated software that requires premium upgrades for some basic features, I’m happy to try out any other solution. YC-funded Crocodoc is one promising startup that offers a very straightforward alternative: it makes it dead-simple to upload and start marking up a PDF file (and… Read More

  • Crocodoc Sets Its Sights On Adobe Acrobat With New Update

    Last month we wrote about Crocodoc, a new Y Combinator-funded company that makes it very easy to upload a text document or PowerPoint deck and mark it up online to share with your colleagues. Unfortunately, it was also pretty bare boned — you couldn’t even save your edited document to your hard drive. Today, that’s changing: Crocodoc has rolled out some key new features… Read More

  • YC-Funded Crocodoc Makes It A Snap To Share And Mark Up Documents

    There are plenty of collaborative document editors out there, but when it comes to getting input about a new document or PowerPoint deck, many businesses still rely on the tried-and-true method of printing them out, handing them around the office, and asking people to scribble their notes directly onto their printed copies. If that situation sounds familiar, you’ll probably want to check… Read More