Adobe Reader for iOS Gives an Upper Hand to iPhone and iPad Owners

October 19, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Good news for all you  iOS users out there who extensively use PDF in their everyday activities. Adobe has put an end to the long wait by releasing their PDF reader application for both iPhone and iPad, and iPod touch as well.

The new revelation comes along with a bunch of features and functionality. The application works with a number of different PDF formats including encrypted PDF files, including the password protected ones, Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management and supports up to AES256 encryption.

The PDF reader for iOS helps share your PDF files between applications in addition to allowing the documents to be emailed.

The app also enables printing of PDF documents using Apple’s wireless printing technology for iOS, the AirPrint feature.

The software bundle works for iOS 4.2.5 and later. The Android version of the application is getting an update to 10.1 as well.

The Adobe Reader is now available for download at the App Store, and you do not have to pay for it. Give it a try and let us know how good it works.

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