Awards and Reviews


  • BRONZE STEVIE WINNERS - Foxit Software’s ConnectedPDF
    June 20, 2017
    New Product or Service of the Year - Software - Integration Solution
    Foxit, Fremont, CA: Foxit Software’s ConnectedPDF
    Click here to view the winner list.
  • Foxit Reader gets "The Best Free Software of 2011" from PC Magazine
    April 4, 2011
    "FoxIt has long been a favorite PDF reading alternative. In addition to its "no bloat" claims, the software lets you annotate PDF files and convert PDF contents to text..."
    Click here to view the full article on PCMAG.
  • CNET gives Foxit Reader a rating of 5 out of 5 stars.
    cnet.png "Foxit Reader is everything that Adobe Reader isn't: lightweight, effective, and streamlined..." Click to learn more about the article.
  • Foxit Reader listed in PC World's "Special List Issues" as one of the "50 Tools to Speed Up Your PC".
    pcworld.png PC Worlds editor Preston Gralla writes, "Strictly speaking, this isn't an optimization tool..." Click here to read more details of the reviews on PC World.
  • Foxit Reader was named to PC World's '101 Fabulous Freebies' list in Tune Up (Utilities and System Tools).
    "...Adobe Reader isn't your only option for viewing PDF files..." Click here to learn more about the article on PC world.



  • Foxit Reader: CNET Editors' review
    October 30, 2013
    “… Foxit Reader is one of the best free PDF tools available. It's a full-featured PDF solution that can open, edit, print, sign, and, yes, create fully compatible PDFs. It's fast, light, secure, and easy on system resources; yet it leaves nothing out…”
    Click here to view the full article on CNET.
  • Foxit Reader: Alternative to Adobe Acrobat Reader
    June 11, 2012
    “…Foxit Reader is a good alternative to Adobe’s PDF Reader. It is free of bloatware and provides a number of features that other PDF readers do not offer. Foxit Reader has good security options, enables customization and even provides support for enterprise users…”
    Click here to view the full article on Free PowerPoint Templates.
  • Use FoxIt Reader to Fill Out PDF Forms – Reviewed by Rick Broida, PCWorld
    May 26, 2012
    "…The first time you run Foxit, it'll ask if you want to make it the default PDF viewer. That's entirely up to you, but I find Foxit to be smaller, faster, and less intrusive than Adobe Reader…Foxit Reader is free, but be sure to decline any extra toolbars or the like it tries to sneak in during installation…"
    Click here to view the full article on PCWorld.
  • Foxit PDF Reader Is a Lightweight Alternative to Adobe - Reviewed by Hammad Saleem
    April 8, 2012
    "…A better alternative is Foxit Reader. It's a lightweight PDF tool that's much faster than Adobe…Foxit Reader has a similar layout to Adobe Reader with similar functionality. You can open a PDF, zoom in/out, search text and much more…"
    Click here to view the full article on groovyPost.
  • Foxit Reader 5.1 Reviewed by PC Magazine
    March 20, 2012
    “…Foxit was actually a tad faster in my testing than Adobe Reader, the real reason to get this replacement is if your system resources are severely limited, as it takes up considerably less memory and disk space than the Adobe option. To that, Foxit adds a pleasing interface, the ability to share PDFs directly to Facebook or Twitter, and a slew of document markup tools…”
    Click here to view the full article on PC Magazine.
  • Foxit Reader Reviewed by Corwin Peter on download3k
    20 Jul 2011
    review “…Foxit Reader is impressive in many ways. Its speed of opening PDF files and great set of features combined with an easy to learn interface make it a great application that every user must have.”
    Click here to view the full review on download3k.



  • "...I use the one from Foxit Software. It doesn't do everything that Adobe Reader does, but it should be enough for almost everyone..." Posted by Michael Horowitz on February, 2010 from here.
  • "We tried a 700-page PDF manual comprising text and images, and with both apps, the application load time coupled with file opening was less than two seconds..." Posted by Andrew Harrison,PC Advisor(UK) Apr/06/2009 from here