Now available for free on the Apple App Store and the Android Market, Adobe Reader 10.1 brings to your favorite mobile devices the same best-in-class PDF viewing experience you’re used to on the desktop. This latest release is our first for iOS devices, and shows Adobe’s commitment to provide the most compelling mobile experiences on the most popular platforms. With each new version, Adobe is bringing to mobile those capabilities that users on the go find most important, like text search, easy page navigation, bookmarks, and printing.
As a result, key among the new features in Adobe Reader 10.1 for Mobile is support for accessing files secured by Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management. LiveCycle Rights Management protects sensitive documents by encrypting them with industry-standard AES encryption and enabling central management of their access permissions. Protections persist even when documents are accidentally distributed via email, the cloud, or saved on a lost mobile device.
Whether you’re working in private industry and reviewing confidential information like price lists on your Android tablet, or you’re a government employee and are viewing sensitive information via your mobile phone, Adobe Reader 10.1 for mobile and LiveCycle Rights Management allow you to securely access these documents. No longer are you stuck on your laptop or desktop simply to review materials!
Here’s a screenshot from an Apple iPad showing a user logging into a Rights Management-protected PDF. (Click the picture to the right to see a larger version.)
To learn more about how our Rights Management product works check out: http://www.adobe.com/go/rm.
Some answers to frequently asked questions during our preview release testing of Reader 10.1 for Mobile are answered here.
Be sure to download Adobe Reader 10.1 for Mobile today!
Hello again. We’ve recently come back from winter break here at Adobe, and we’ve hit the ground running: a native iPad version of our LiveCycle Mobile ES2 application is now available on the Apple App Store!
This follow-up to our existing LiveCycle Mobile ES2 app brings support for the iPad’s larger screen, giving tablet-equipped enterprise users more elbow room to approve tasks, capture information in the field, and access documents while on the road.
Today we released Adobe LiveCycle Content Services Mobile
for iPhone. It is available now
for free on the Apple AppStore, and will run on your iPhone 3G or 3GS.
Content Services Mobile will connect to LiveCycle Content
Services and Microsoft Sharepoint 2010, and will most likely connect to most
WebDAV servers, though we haven’t tested others.. Feel free to download it and play around!
We designed this client to enable a typical use case: an
employee on the road without easy access to a laptop with wireless access. The employee discovers that she needs
access to a document (product collateral, pricing information, white papers,
etc.) immediately. Perhaps she is
with a client who has requested some collateral or documentation. With LiveCycle Content Services Mobile,
she can simply launch the application, browse to the file and either open it
right there on the iPhone’s screen, or forward it on to herself or her customer
via email. The application will
display any content that the iPhone is capable of displaying, including H.264
information on the app, please visit
Now available, Adobe has released its first Windows Mobile application on the new Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
Today, Adobe made available its first BlackBerry smartphone application on the BlackBerry App World storefront.