Adobe Updates iOS Reader and Adds Cloud Storage

Adobe’s popular and free PDF reader app, Adobe Reader, is on the eve of an update. Electronista has reported that the productivity app has already had the changes made for Android and iOS will follow shortly. The major changes un the upcoming version will include cloud storate, improved form interactivity, and more.

The, as-yet-unapproved update, which already exists for Android, includes better highlighting and selecting of Asian text, secure water mark support and support for FormsCentral PDFs. The iOS version will have one feature that Android does not: printable PDFs.

Adobe’s cloud storage will be housed at and will allow users to share PDF documents from within the mobile Adobe Reader app. All changes will be saved in the cloud for up-to-date collaboration with others. Field Hierarchies will also be added in the upcoming update.

If you use FormsCentral, the PDFs will now be supported through Form Interactivity on both iOS and Android. Version 10.4 is free, as is the app itself, and should hit the App Store later this week.

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