October 21, 2011
Thanks to everyone who has downloaded, installed, and provided feedback on the most recent update for Adobe Reader for Android 10.1. While many users are happy with the updates we made in the release, we clearly made a mistake in removing the Reflow feature. We hear your comments and it’s our top priority to bring this feature back as quickly as possible. We will let you know as soon as we have additional updates.
Thank you for your continued support and feedback.
Dennis Griffin, Principle Product Manager, Adobe
October 17, 2011
We are excited to announce that today, Adobe Reader for iOS is available free on the Apple App Store. Just like Adobe Reader on the desktop, now you can use your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to quickly view and interact with the widest range of PDF file types – including PDF Portfolios, password-protected PDF documents and even Adobe LiveCycle rights-managed PDF files. For more details on Adobe Reader for iOS, including a video overview of the app, check out the blog from Anuj Gupta, product manager for Adobe Reader.
And, we just released Adobe Reader 10.1 for Android, offering many of the same great features for fast, high-quality interaction with PDF files on your Android smartphones and tablets. Simply scan the following QR code to download the latest version from Android marketplace. Enjoy!
Steve Gottwals, Group Product Manager, Adobe Reader