In General, have you found that apps such as PDF readers have always seemed to be a pain? There are two general uses for a PDF Reader app, the first being business functionality, the need to create a PDF formatted form where people are able to sign as well as fill them out. The second is for personal gratification such as reading an ebook, this type of reader is basically text that is formatted in a way that makes it easy to read. Generally when you find a PDF Reader it will only cater to one of these uses but not both. Here we will discuss a few of the most popular PDF Reader apps for both types of uses.
PDF Readers for Business Use
Adobe Reader is of course first on our list, due to the fact that it is a default go to for many people. It plainly has that “it works” feel to it. This app also includes many features such as taking notes on the PDF, filling out as well as signing the PDF forms, as well as support for Adobe Document Cloud and Dropbox.
Next we have CamScanner which is a phone PDF Creator. This apps has been a favorite for many as they use it as a productivity tool. It can be used to import PDFs like many of the other apps, but this app also can be utilized as a scanner. It makes it very easy to take a picture of an actual physical paper and turn it into a PDF document. It comes with features that will ensure that your documents are crisp, clean documents. After you have turned your documents into a PDF file you will be able to make notes, fax it for a minimal fee, as well as sync it across platforms.
PDF Readers for Personal Gratification (eReader)
The Aldiko Book Reader has been on the scene for a long time and is considered to be a great option for many who are looking for a reader that works. The reader features support for PDF, EPUB, and Adobe DRM encrypted eBooks. This well performing app also has support for books that may be rented from your local library. It is easy to use as well as very clever features.
Next is the AlReader which is a newer app on the market and it comes with an ample amount of functionality. It is in fact one of very few eReaders that are left today that will support down to Andriod 1.6 and higher, which comes in handy if you are trying to turn an old device into your personal EReader. This app also like others in its field supports formats such as PRC, RTF, MOBI, and EPUB, but it does not support DRM.
Make sure to check out the many apps that are available for Android. They can make your life a bit easier when it comes to doing many different things right through your phone. Never have to worry about having a computer on hand again.