Multi-platform, fast and packed with features, Okular allows you to read PDF documents, comics and EPub books, browse images, visualize Markdown documents, and much more.
Okular vs Evince opinions
Okular is very similar to Evince. However, it does not seem to have the ability to jump to a specific page in a large document.
Okular is open-source (like evince) and is intended to encompass various file types like evince. Okular also has a small set of annotation tools, which makes it similar to evince in that it is on the light side with respect to annotation tools.
i used that in kde desktop
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The installer tries to install McAfee WebAdvisor and PhantomPDF Business. These can be skipped by clicking Decline on each.
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Create, Convert, Review and Edit PDF Documents on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
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Butterfly is a note app where your ideas come first. You can paint, add texts, and export them easily on every device. This app works on android, windows, linux, and in the web.
Atril is a simple multi-page document viewer. It can display and print PostScript (PS), Encapsulated PostScript (EPS), DJVU, DVI, XPS and Portable Document Format (PDF) files. When supported by the document, it also allows searching for text, copying text to the clipboard...
Atril vs Evince opinions
Atril is a new life of Evince: Evince is a part of Gnome, and Atril is a part of MATE.
Generic full functional GTK GUI like Evince but lighter