Adobe's PDF reader app hits the Android Marketplace

Adobe's PDF reader app hits the Android Marketplace

Adobe virtually took a lot of stage time during Google's I/O Conference, but they also quietly released a much needed feature to complete the experience on Android handsets. Since last Friday, Adobe's native PDF Reader app made a quiet entrance to the Android Marketplace where owners could download this long wanted feature. Users can now open up PDF files that are downloaded or attached to emails without running some other third party application such as QuickOffice's PDF reader. There is nothing too different versus other similar apps as it features multi-touch gestures than enables users to zoom, landscape orientation, and a resizing tool that will fit the text to fit the width of the phone's display. However, there was one minor issue in running the app as it was heard to lag when zooming – which takes approximately a few seconds to re-render the document.

via CNET


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1. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

Quick Office and Microsoft Office Mobile works great for me...

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