The Android Marketplace is offering its Adobe Reader app for free, but it will run only on Android 2.1 and above, which means not all Android-powered devices are able to support it. If you happen to own a Motorola Droid (aka Motorola Milestone) and Google Nexus One (as well as the HTC Evo 4G), then you’re good to go since those have been tested to run the app just fine, but we won’t limit it to just these three. Among the features thrown into Adobe Reader for Android are multi-touch gestures (pinch-and-zoom and double-tap-zoom), flick-scrolling and panning. a “reflow” mode that will take text-heavy documents with wide margins, and automatically wrap the content for easy viewing on smaller screens.
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