Adobe Acrobat Reader has a new update available for those who are willing to use the mobile version of the app. Editing PDF is not something that you would actually do on the phone, but if you’re away from home, you might consider making an exception.
The new 22.8.1 update for Adobe Acrobat Reader is now available in APK form. You can choose to install it either as a simple APK file or as an APK bundle of 21 splits. Both download variants were built on a universal architecture, and they demand at least Android 7 running on your phone.
Except for the performance and stability improvements, the new update brings some interesting new features. You can now use the app to sign in to Acrobat by using one tap and your Google account.
You now also have the possibility of turning PDFs into images. All you need, except for the new update, is a Premium subscription for using the app. After that, you’ll get the chance to export PDF to JPG or PNG.
You can learn more about Adobe Acrobat by checking out the app’s description from the Google Play Store:
Do you need to work with documents on the go? Get the Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app, the world’s most trusted PDF viewer, with more than 635 million installs. Store your files online and read PDF files anywhere with this leading, free PDF reader and file manager. You can also view, share, annotate, and add e-signatures to PDF documents.
With a premium subscription you can use Acrobat Reader as a PDF editor to edit text and images, a PDF converter to export to and from PDF, or use other advanced features to create PDFs, combine PDF documents, organize PDFs, and more.
Adobe Acrobat Reader has been downloaded over 500 million times from the Google Play Store.