Published on December 28th, 20120
Adobe PDF Reader
What does it do?
Adobe’s free PDF-reading software does more than just open PDFs (which iOS can do anyway). You can use it to mark up PDFs with a drawing tool and add notes. With Adobe PDF Reader you can fill in PDF forms, and sign documents to email back (or print). Adobe Reader also supports opening password-protected PDFs, PDF portfolios and Adobe LiveCycle rights-managed PDF. Fully compatible with acrobat.com document cloud to device and office sync for PDFs.
What’s the verdict?
While you can open PDFs of any iOS device with the Adobe Reader app it lets you have fully office functionality, with the full host of editing tools for PDFs. This app is a must have for business users who need to edit PDFs on the go. The Acrobat.com cloud really helps with document management, no messing around with cables just upload to the cloud so you can access your document anywhere. You’re not limited to using adobes cloud, Dropbox, Google Drive and other cloud storage providers are supported too.
Available on: iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad