Adobe Reader for Android Update


You PDF-loving types can look forward to a sizable update from Adobe today as their Reader application for Android has gotten a pretty significant upgrade. New languages, tablets, search functions, performance, and more have shoved their way into the picture and it’s just waiting for you to hit that “Update” button (if you don’t already have it set to automatically update.) So what are you waiting for? Scan the QR code just past the list of changes.


-Tablet support
-Open PDF Portfolios & Password protected PDF files
-Text search
-View mode – Fit Screen & Continuous scroll
-Go to page
-Improved navigation Performance
-Support for English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese , Swedish, Russian, Czech, Polish & Turkish

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  1. how do we get this Auto-update? I heard it got rolled out but I never seen it….

  2. Yeah me either! I’d like to know this as well!

  3. Auto-update is a feature that is only available on 2.2 Froyo.

  4. I’m not getting it in the market now either..

  5. The cake was a lie.

  6. I woke up this morning to a bunch of updates, this being one of them.

  7. Auto-update for apps isn’t only for 2.2 users. I have that option in the market on my HTC G1 running stock 1.6.

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