Google Chrome vs Dodo PDF Reader & Editor overview 1. Easier reading, editing and commenting on PDF in Google Chrome. 2. Access the most commonly used PDF features in the browser. 3. Built-in annotation with Google Drive. 2. Easy reading and editing on the web in Google Chrome. 3. Easily share and save with Google Drive. 4. Built-in annotations with Google Drive. 5. Easy sharing of files with other apps and websites. DODO PDF Reader & Editor is used by over 20,000 users worldwide, and it's available in more than 190 apps for Android, iOS and Windows operating systems. DODO PDF Reader & Annotator | Support If you're a Google Chrome user, you can use Dodo as a web app, extension, or both! You can find both the web app and the extension in the Chrome web store. 1. Click on Dodo icon in the Chrome toolbar. 2. Under Open a File, select Google Drive. 3. Click on the Dodo icon under the list of apps on the left. 4. You can see the app that Dodo was installed with. 5. Click on the Dodo app name that you see in the list. Dodo and Google Chrome are both open source web applications. And both applications are maintained by the same developer, Dodo. Dodo PDF Reader & Editor | Developer Information Dodo is an all-in-one PDF viewer and editor (read/edit & read/edit), with support for reading, storing and storing PDF files with cloud saves (.zip and .cab), Google Drive and Box. Dodo PDF Reader & Editor is a free and open source application developed by the Open Source Foundation. It is licensed under the GNU General Public License. It's a very popular PDF viewer/editor, which has been used to do everything from making sure that a document is formatted properly to making sure that a person can find something in a hard and narrow place.