Adobe Reader For iOS Now Available

iOS: Adobe has released an iOS version of its popular PDF reader for iOS as a universal app for both iPad and iPhone.

Like the desktop version, you can’t edit files, but you can access encrypted ones, as well as search, bookmark and copy text to the clipboard. It also lets you share PDF files with other applications, email and print via AirPrint. It’s a free download.

Adobe Reader [iTunes App Store]

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