We all know that Adobe and Apple do have their spats, never mind that they share the same first letter in their 5-letter names. While one of the major weaknesses of iOS devices would be the lack of native Flash support and playback (whom Adobe owns), it is nice to see such minor disagreements do not come in the way of the bigger picture. Adobe has just released an iOS version of Adobe Reader, which has been a long time in coming, I must say.
What does Adobe Reader do? A whole lot, really, where you are now able to view PDFs, including encrypted files, while using it to print and share files with others. You cannot, however, edit PDFs, as those remain off limits. Better late than never to the game Adobe, and even better news is, this app is free (which it should be). As an iOS device user, have you downloaded Adobe Reader already, and how do you find it?
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