Adobe Launches Adobe Reader app for iOS

Tablet and samrtphone markets are on the rise. There is not a single day when we don’t hear anything about tablets and smartphones. A lot of changes are occurring in both these industries. Adding to your comfort, many allied to the different online stores and marketplaces working hard to bring different apps to you.

Adobe, a large software company that produces sophisticated graphics and desktop publishing programs for use with personal computers and networks has now entered in the race of tablet and smartphone apps with its new Adobe Reader PDF reading app for iOS. On Monday, company announced this new app for iOS users.

This new app from Adobe allows the Apple users to create, view, read, access, interact, share and print PDF files wirelessly through AirPrint from the iOS devices, i.e. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Adobe Project Manager, Anuj Gupta says, “Now you can quickly and efficiently view the widest range of PDF file type — including PDF Portfolios, password-protected PDF documents and Adobe LiveCycle rights-managed PDF files.”

It is available in the App Store under following description:

Adobe Reader is the free global standard for reliably viewing and sharing PDF documents across platforms and devices. Easily and efficiently access the widest range of PDF file types —including PDF Portfolios, password-protected PDF documents and Adobe LiveCycle rights-managed PDF files. Now available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, Adobe Reader offers fast, high-quality interaction with PDF.

Once you have this app installed on your device, you will be able to open PDF files from any other app, such as email, that supports the “Open In” action. You will also be able to read text annotations, search text, zoom in on text or images, navigate large documents through thumbnails and even copy text to the clipboard.

This app is the first official version of Adobe Reader for iOS devices. The app is compatible with iOS 4.2.5 and later versions. However, the company had announced the Adobe Reader for Android last year in May. The released version for iOS device is 10.1 which is so because company wants to keep both the apps close to each other.

Prior to the launch of Adobe Reader for iOS, there are present several different third party apps that can be used to read PDF files and Apple’s iBook is one such example.

Download Adobe Reader for iOS for free. [iTunes Link]

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