Adobe Reader Android app Review


The Adobe Reader Android app is one of the best ways for you to be able to open up PDF files on your phone and to check them while you are out and about doing your daily errands. There are some really cool features like the Reflow feature which will automatically size your PDF’s so that they fit easily on the screen and you don’t have to do a lot of zooming panning, and pinching.



  • This is the primary Adobe Reading app for the Android operating system.  This is much better than other third party PDF viewers and it is a must have if you frequently open PDF files
  • One of the main features is that you can open PDF files through the web or onto your email and then use this app to view them
  • You can also use the multi-touch features to interact with the PDF.  This includes pinching, panning, and zooming features.
  • One of the coolest parts of the app is the Reflow option which allows you to fit the pages onto your screen  so that it is really easy to read the document.  You will only have to scroll up and down rather than left to right
  • For Android phones that are 2.0 and higher and is one of the best ways to view these documents on the go


This is one of the best ways to be able to look at PDF files when you are on your mobile phone.  Most of these PDF files are just as good of quality as the ones that you can open up on your desktop.  This is the official Adobe app and it is a bit more stable than other third party apps that are geared towards doing the exact same thing.  The best part about this whole app is the Reflow View which makes reading the documents super easy.   You can also resize the image if you need to.  There are a few gripes about this app though, including the fact that there is no way to actually open up the PDF files in the app.  You have to open them in some other file manager app and then look at them in the Adobe Reader app.  Also, this app only works with Android phones version 2.0 and higher.

This app has been given a rating of 3.8 out of 5 stars by Android app users and can currently be downloaded off of the market for free.

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