Whether you’re using iOS, Android, or Windows 8 for touch devices, Adobe Reader Mobile gives you many great capabilities, including commenting on PDF files. However, once you get into the nitty gritty, these different mobile operating systems will of course have slightly different behaviors when you start reading and using PDF files with Adobe Reader Mobile. To help answer your device-specific questions, we’ve established separate Adobe Reader community forums for each OS. Here are the links to the forums for the most popular mobile operating systems, as well as a little pro tip for using Adobe Reader Mobile on each one.
- Pro tip: If you receive a PDF file as an email attachment, save yourself a few clicks: tap and hold the attachment until you get the “Open In” menu; click the Adobe Reader app icon to open the attachment in Adobe Reader.
- Forum: http://forums.adobe.com/community/adobe_reader_forums/ios
- Pro tip: Your Acrobat.com cloud cache is kept private by default; this way, other apps can’t get that information without your explicit permission (although if you prefer to keep your data on your SD card, you can elect to do so).
- Forum: http://forums.adobe.com/community/adobe_reader_forums/android
- Pro tip: One great way to use a PDF file while writing an email, taking notes or watching a video online is to use the Windows 8 native ability to view multiple windows or apps at once aka Windows snap; Adobe Reader Touch for Windows behaves beautifully under these circumstances, and lets you use your PDF content even more efficiently. This way, you can use the PDF file as a reference while doing your work in all your other apps.
- Forum: http://forums.adobe.com/community/adobe_reader_forums/metro