Autodesk Inventor Publisher Viewer for Android Now Available [Video]


Need a quick and easy way to view those Inventor Publisher instructions on the go? The folks at AutoDesk has just the thing for you. Simply named AutoDesk Inventor Publisher Viewer, it does exactly what its name implies. Alongside viewing a list of instructions for a certain build, you can follow along with interactive tutorials that makes it easier to work your around the process. You can’t make those instructions with these, but we can’t imagine you’d want to do that on a phone or tablet anyway – that’s what the complex and flexible desktop application is for. More information about features and device compatibility are below. (And yes, this one works just great on Honeycomb devices.) Find it for free on the Android market.

✓Simple, intuitive user interface
✓Zoom, pan, & rotate in 3D using Multi-Touch
✓ Play or scrub through animated sequences of step-by-step instructions
✓ Double Tap on individual components for detailed part information
✓ View text descriptions and annotations that can help augment 3D graphics
✓ Includes sample instructions and access to an online gallery of instructions right in the app
✓ Create, publish, and deliver instruction files to mobile devices using the Publish to Mobile capability of Autodesk Inventor Publisher desktop PC software.
✓ Store files on your device or Cloud Storage

• Requires Android 2.1 or above. Requires OpenGL 1.1 or above. Recommended devices include: 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM.
• Textures will only appear on Android devices with PowerVR chips when models with textures are published using R2011 and R2012 of Autodesk Inventor Publisher desktop software.

* Free product trials are subject to the terms and conditions of the end-user license and services agreement that accompanies the software.


Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. well… I guess I can convert my solidworks files to inventor…

  2. You’d think someone could have come up with a catchy name for the app instead of inventorpublishermobileviewerapp. . . lol I feel sorry for the narrator of this ad

  3. I’d take a rudimentary CAD design for my phone :-)

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