Get Your PDF On Anywhere: Adobe Reader Released for Android

Wed, May 26, 2010

Android, Mobile

Adobe is on quite the Android roll lately with Flash on Froyo, and Adobe AIR soon to follow. Well, now they have added another notch to their Google belt with Adobe Reader for Android 2.1 or newer.

PDF reading is not new to Android, but it’s nice to see Adobe supporting one of their most prominent software suites officially. Adobe Reader only works on Android 2.1 or newer, so you need to make sure you have either a Nexus One, Droid, Incredible or Droid Eris to run it.

The features that Adobe are touting the app for are Multitouch pinch-to-zoom, double-tap-zoom, flick scrolling and panning in the PDFs and Reflow mode which autowraps the text so it’s easy to read on the smaller screens of mobile phones.

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