Adobe Acrobat Reader is a reliable app for viewing, signing, and annotating PDFs on your mobile device. You can easily open PDF documents from email, the Internet, or any other source that support sharing of files. It is easier to search, zoom in or out, and scroll through the documents, with options to view on a single page, reading mode, or continuous scroll.
You can also annotate and review your PDFs, as you can create comments on the file with the use of some drawing tools or sticky notes. At the same time, you can mark up or highlight text using the annotation tools. There are tons of other features, which include scanning of whiteboards and documents, filling and signing forms, as well as printing, storing, and sharing of files.
Update for Adobe Acrobat Reader on Android
The current update for Adobe Acrobat Reader involves improved commenting tools that would be able to highlight, underline, and strikethrough the content of a PDF document. It has also added some accessibility support for alternate text and images, links, and headings. You can even ask questions or share feedback on the online support forum, simply by going to the Help section and tapping Share Feedback. If you want to update your Adobe Acrobat Reader, just visit the Google Play Store from your Android mobile device.
Update for Adobe Acrobat Reader on iOS
On the other hand, you can also update your Adobe Acrobat Reader from your iOS devices by simply visiting the App Store. The latest update for Apple devices include enhanced commenting tools, wherein they remain selected to be used repeatedly without any problem. Likewise, you can use 2 fingers to scroll while a tool is being selected, as well as adjust tools after applying comments.
In a similarly recent update, Adobe Acrobat Reader has released a version that would fix a bug causing the app to crash upon opening or viewing documents. At the same time, all devices including iPad 2 and iPhone 4s can now use scan option.