PDF / Flash

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  1. Crispy

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    I know, I know, it's been discussed on here a lot, but this forum is getting BOMBARDED with comments, thoughts, etc, and I'm having trouble finding the complete, best answer. Here's the question..

    Is there another download coming that includes PDF / Flash capabilities? If so, any idea when? If not, what's the best way to obtain them. I've read you have to download something from your PC, the USB to your phone?

    Again, I'm sorry for asking something that I know is being discussed a lot.
     
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    What do you want to do with PDFs?
     
  3. Crispy

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    Well, if I can, open them, view them, and if I'm able, create/edit them (Adobe)
     
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  5. Crispy

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    Oh I can wait for flash.. a couple weeks anyway. As far as a built in PDF viewer.. I was unaware! I just tested it and it does make PDF's readable.. I'll check out the Market for an app that gives me additional abilities.

    Thanks Amidnaked!
     
  6. wernst

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    My job requires me to read long, large, and complex PDF files all the time. As such I have tried all the PDF readers out there.

    RepliGo Reader is by far the fastest and most accurate PDF reader out there for Android. It does cost a few dollars though.

    -Warr
     
  7. jaycemiskel

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    Adobe actually has a pdf reader in the market for free

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
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    Right. And it isn't nearly as fast on large documents as RepliGo.

    -Warr
     
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    Can you make PDFs? Not that I ever need to, but just asking.
     
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    I use Documents To Go