Adobe Reader Now Available for iOS This morning Adobe released a new Adobe Reader app, available for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. The Adobe Reader is designed to allow users to easily view, share, and interact with PDFs on their iDevices.

The app is compatible with all kinds of PDF file types: PDF Portfolios, password-protected PDF documents, and PDF files that are rights-managed with Adobe LiveCycle. Get ready to quickly navigate through large PDF files directly from your iDevice.

With this app, PDF files can be opened from email messages, websites, or any application with “Open in…” support. Drawings and annotations are fully visible, and the app allows users to read included text-based notes such as Sticky Notes.

Encrypted PDF files are easily accessed, requiring just the PDF password. Even sensitive files secured with Adobe LiveCycle can be opened within the app, and it supports up to AES256 PDF encryption.

While PDFs cannot be modified, you can search through them, use bookmarks, zoom in and out, navigate with thumbnails, and copy and paste text from the PDF to the clipboard. PDF files can be wirelessly printed with an AirPrint enabled printer, or shared with others as an email attachment.

If you need a simple app for simply viewing and searching through PDFs, Adobe’s new app has a streamlined layout and easy to use tools. Compared to several other PDF readers, Adobe Reader is a little light on the features, so hopefully the company will continue to update the app. Want to try Adobe’s new PDF Reader? It’s currently available as a free download in the App Store.



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