Adobe uses version numbers to clearly communicate to IT professionals the deployment model for a given release. Adobe only supports the latest release. Each update replaces the previous version since it is always more secure and more functional.
Acrobat and Reader version numbers contain 3 integers and two dots:
Adobe only supports the latest release. Each update replaces the previous version since it is always more secure and more functional.
Available languages include those listed in the table below. Language support is as follows:
|Tier||Windows and Macintosh|
|Tier 1||English, French, German, Japanese|
|Tier 2||Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, Danish|
|Tier 3||Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Korean|
|Tier 4||Russian, Turkish, Czech, Polish|
/export.jpg is available for distribution beyond single-user installation and can be deployed by:
Currently, the Adobe Acrobat mobile app is available for distribution on the Android platform. If you are planning a multi-user distribution, do the following:
10.3.0 introduced a data logging mechanism that enables Adobe to collect a small amount of data that can help improve the product. All data is combined across users and devices, and there is no way Adobe can identify a specific device or user from which this information is collected. This data does not include any private data or personally identifiable information as described in our http://www.adobe.com/special/misc/reader/learnmore_reader_faq.html.
After the first product installation or upgrade from an earlier version, users are asked if they would like to opt-in to the data logging program. Opt-in is neither silent nor automatic. Users must choose to opt-in. After opt-in, Acrobat mobile collects the generic information shown in the tables below.
Users always have complete flexibility to opt-out of Adobe Reader analytics at any point on both Android and iOS. On opt-out, Adobe Reader immediately stops sending any data back to Adobe’s servers. A user can always decide to opt-in at a later point.
|User opt in||A simple counter value indicating that the user has opted in. No personal information or device identifier is collected.|
|Device Type||Device model and manufacturer detail; for example, iPhone, iPad, iPod, HTC Nexus One, or any other device type available.|
|OS version||The OS type (either Android or iOS) and version.|
|Screen resolution||The resolution in pixels.|
|Pages||Number of pages.|