Adobe Reader Arrives for Android
So I just happened to notice Adobe Reader in the Android Market a few minutes ago, sitting there with less than 50 downloads! What a sneaky little product release that was, Adobe. This marks only the second title from the company, following last year’s Photoshop app. The photo editing tool has seen over 250,000 downloads since launch so we fully expect Reader to hit that mark too. A free official PDF client has long been asked for by fans.
Features listed in the market description include:
- Open PDF files as email attachments and on the web
- Interact with PDF files using advanced multi-touch gestures like Pinch zoom, Double tap Zoom, Flick scrolling & Panning
- Reflow view fits the page contents to the screen for easy viewing
After spending a couple of minutes with the app, we’re already hoping to see support for opening locally stored PDF files. We’d love to sideload our Watchmen comics to read back on a 4.3-inch EVO screen!
BE ADVISED: Reader needs the following in order to install and work properly – Android v 2.1 and above, 550 MHz processor, 256 MB of RAM, and4.3 MB of available disk space
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