Adobe Reader

Adobe Reader -- Adobe's official pdf reader -- got itself a little update recently. Here's what's new: 

  • 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

You can update yours now in the Android Market, or we have download links after the break. Thanks to everyone who sent this in!

There are 5 comments

6s1d9 says:

So I recently got Adobe reader with the latest update.. do I need to update it again since then?

Impulses says:

The PDF reader that came with my EVO seems to render and zoom faster than Adobe's own and it lets me skip straight to a specific page. I'll probably keep Adobe's installed but I'll keep using this for now, I think it's by the QuickOffice people.

sehnsucht says:

"Go to page"

Oh yeah? Where?

crichton007 says:

You know I finally deleted the Adobe PDF reader once I realized that DocumentsToGo makes a far superior (although still with a way to go) PDF reader for Android than Adobe does.

But isn't this the case everywhere? I mean there are a lot of PDF readers for desktop that beat the hell out of Adobe's offering too so I'm not too surprised.

sehnsucht says:

The HTC one was great, but they (or Orange) messed it up doing the Froyo upgrade so now reflow doesn't work.

As I mentioned earlier, there's no sign of the `go to page` option on the HTC Desire on Orange(UK). It seems some people have this problem; others done. Adobe is one of those big companies which work at glacial speed so I look forward to a fix for the Gingerbread version...