The free Reader mobile app lets you easily view and work with PDF files on your Android™ and iOS devices, including iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
No. The Reader mobile app is a free, standalone application. You can use Reader to open, view, annotate, comment on, search, sign, and print PDF files, including PDF documents created with Acrobat software.
No. You can convert files to PDF using Acrobat XI.
The latest Reader mobile app makes it even easier to work on the go. Use it to sign PDF files, fill out forms, and even add comments to documents.
Yes. You can make comments by adding sticky notes or by using the highlight, strikethrough, and underline annotation tools. You can also use the freehand drawing tool to mark up content. When you're done, email the annotated file right from your mobile device.
Yes. You can fill out, save, and send forms on your Android or iOS device. You can also sign PDF forms with your finger using the Ink Signature tool.
Yes. You can use the Ink Signature tool to sign a PDF file simply by using your finger. On Android devices, the Send For Signature feature also lets you connect to the Adobe EchoSign® online service to easily send a document to others for signing, track the entire process, and store signed documents online. You will need a free or paid account to use EchoSign. The free account allows you to send five documents a month. Upgrade to a paid subscription to send, track, and store additional files.
Yes. The Reader mobile app lets you view password-protected PDF files and encrypted files protected by Adobe LiveCycle® Rights Management, which supports the highest grade of PDF encryption up to AES-256.
Yes. You can easily apply for a license to distribute the app in volume.