Download Adobe Acrobat Reader: Edit PDF 21.09.01 for iPhone/iPad by Adobe Inc. directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.
I keep my files and documents in Acrobat and it is easy to navigate and retrieve I love this app
Great app very user friendly.
Just upgraded to a new iOS15 and tried using it with Adobe: Pdf-s are taking forever to load (what is this, Windows from the ‘90s?!) Handwritten annotations vanish than appear… eventually. I use this both for work and grad school and I am forced to scramble to find an alternative app.
I spent hours working on a document. Taking notes and putting in annotations with my iPad pen. All of a sudden the app crashed while I was working and I lost HOURS of work and notes. It just went off while I was still taking notes. And even though I opened it back up right away, all my work was gone. I tiptoed to retrieve it to to avail. I don’t even know how I’m supposed to start over now
Not working anymore after it updated?
This app works OK to get work done, but it doesn’t include some features that would make it much more convenient to use. One thing that slows me down using this app is that it doesn’t have a multiple file selection when adding files to an existing file in the page organizer. Also the thumbnails in page organizer did not show the notes I had written in with the stylus. I included the notes to help me identify which pages to move or delete etc and all those labels were just a waste of my time. I realize that I am accustomed to using the Adobe DC Pro program on my computer. As far as I can tell there is not Adobe DC Pro app for the iPad. It would be great if there were, so I can take advantage of the convenience features that are available to me on the computer.
Why should I have to opt out. I’d rather opt in.
Coming from desktop I was expecting to be able to create PDF’s out of multiple images. This doesn’t seem to be the case. After attempting to create the file it gives an error and crashes. It can’t access the photos app but can access the files app. Some images it will let you select while others are arbitrarily greyed out despite being the exact same file type. I then learned that this is a simple process in the files app. As a result this app serves little purpose for my workflow on iPad OS. On PC it gets the job done. Not being able to create PDF’s with multiple file types is a huge let down. Not to mention the process of combining a large number of files is slow as there doesn’t seem to be a way to mass select. Overall, the app isn’t trash, but it doesn’t do the things I need it to do that it’s PC counterpart can do faster and with ease. Hopefully these issues are remedied in a future update.
Just says downloading but never opens
Having constant login issues. It forces you to let Adobe track you weather you like it or not.