A new version of Adobe Reader Mobile recently hit the Apple App Store and Google Play Store— Adobe Reader Mobile 10.4.
Adobe Reader Mobile is a free app available for iPhone, iPad, and Android platforms. Using Adobe Reader Mobile, you can manage a library of PDFs from your phone or tablet, view PDFs, add notes and comments, fill in forms and more.
You can read more about this release on the Adobe Reader Mobile blog. In this article, I’ll talk about the new Cloud Sync feature which allows you to easily move PDFs from your PC to tablet or phone and keep changes synced.
Legal professionals are increasingly mobile. The good news is that Adobe Reader Mobile now syncs content with Acrobat.com. Changes that you make to a PDF— adding a comment or filling in a form— are automatically saved back to acrobat.com
Moving Files to the Cloud.
Acrobat XI and Reader XI allow you to upload a PDF to acrobat.com in a click or two.
The easiest way is to click the Cloud button in the Acrobat toolbar:
Alternately, choose File>Save As and choose Acrobat.com from the bottom of the screen:
|To access files from your PC or Mac or a mobile web browser, go to: https://files.acrobat.com/|
Accessing Files on your Phone or Tablet
On your iPad, iPhone or Android phone or tablet, open Adobe Reader and click on the Acrobat.com section. All your documents and folders will appear:
Marking up the Document on your Mobile Device
In Adobe Reader Mobile, you can mark up your document with highlights, sticky notes, a pencil, etc.:
Working with Files in the Cloud
On your Mac or PC, go to https://files.acrobat.com/ to see a list of all the files synced to the cloud. You can preview the file (without annotations) or download it:
From the web interface you can preview files, create folders, upload files, sort and search.
After downloading the file, you can continue working on the file in Acrobat or Reader XI: