Adobe Reader Touch For Windows 8 Devices Updated With Print Capability

Adobe Reader Windows Store Print

Adobe has updated their Reader Touch app for Windows 8 devices. The new update now added the ability for Adobe Reader Touch to print and added keyboard shortcuts for Find, Open, Print, and Close.

App Features:

  • Quickly open PDF documents from email, the web, or anywhere on your device
  • Easily find your most recently read documents
  • View password-protected PDFs, annotations, and drawing markups
  • Search text to find specific information
  • Select single page or continuous scroll modes
  • Easily zoom in on text or images for a closer view
  • Use bookmarks to jump directly to a section in your PDF document
  • Quickly navigate through large documents using the Semantic Zoom thumbnail view
  • Tap on links in a PDF to open linked web pages
  • Share PDFs with other applications using “Share”
  • Email PDFs as attachments

Download it here from Windows Store for free.

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  • Matt

    last I checked, it could already print. You just needed to go to your charms –> devices –> printer

    • JRV

      I read somewhere that Charms/Devices/Printer was too hard for people to find, so Adobe added a “Print” button. Don’t recall the source and don’t know if it’s authoritative, but it sounds about right. Finding “Print” under the “File” menu was probably once considered unintuitive, too–because it is. But back in those days, toolbars didn’t exist. People learned where the command was, because they had no other choice. If Win RT becomes successful, particularly for apps where printing is important, people will learn how to print. And Adobe’s “Print” button may well go away because no one will think to look for it there!

      • Matt

        Ya, i do recall seeing lots of peole complaining on the marketplace that there was no way to print (on every PDF reader app, lol)

  • 1995supra

    Adobe needs to get on the damn ball with a Metro version of Acrobat. The Metro Reader doesn’t cut it at all.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Brian-Chau/618147054 Brian Chau

    Still missing features like annotation and commenting, form filling and submitting. Those features are in iOS and Android Reader version.