Can you read PDFs on a Windows phone?


Hi, I was wondering if there is a way to read PDF files on Windows phones? I’m looking at a Nokia Lumia 920, and I have to review files saved in PDF format pretty often when I'm out of the office, so it’s an important feature for me.

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Adobe just released Abobe Reader for Windows 8 phones within the past week or so, so you are good to go with the Lumia. The 920 looks like a pretty sweet device as well.

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Yup, you can download the free Adobe Reader app here:

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Yes - the official Adobe Reader is available for free from the Windows Phone Store.

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