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[14 Jul 2009 | No Comment | ]

Coming soon: A PDF viewer for the Nintendo DS. The NDS as it is sometimes abbreviated to, is a dual-screen handheld game console from the company that’s responsible for the RSI in my thumbs, Nintendo.

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[13 Jul 2009 | No Comment | ]

Cool PDF Reader 3.0.0.128 by PDF2Exe is claimed to be the smallest PDF viewer to be released in terms of application size. Cool PDF Reader is only 655KB, a one-click and install program.

PDF Reader, Windows 7 »

[16 Mar 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

A couple of months ago I asked the question: when will Windows include a native PDF viewer? Well, we haven’t received any official word yet, but a curious hint was dropped on the Engineering Windows 7 blog recently.

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[26 Jan 2009 | 7 Comments | ]

There are some aspects of Windows 7 that are noticeably different than that of it’s predecessors. For me the most striking difference is the introduction of libraries in Windows Explorer. Almost instantly, with what feel like mostly minor changes, the user interface for Windows Explorer and general usability has been rocketed into the 21st century.

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[16 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

The commercial version of BeamReader breathes new life into the BlackBerry at $19.99 USD. As well as viewing PDF files, you can also organise and view other standard office application file formats.

Adobe Reader, Editorials, PDF Reader »

[11 Dec 2008 | 3 Comments | ]
It’s Time To Cut Adobe Reader Some Slack

It’s a common refrain on forums and blogs: “Adobe Reader is bloatware”. Usually followed by a recommendation to use Foxit Reader on Windows or Linux and the built-in Preview feature on Mac OSX. Some of the criticism is fair; but most of it is not.

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[6 Nov 2008 | One Comment | ]

Cerience has officially released the first commercial version of RepliGo Reader, a native PDF reader for BlackBerry smart phones. It’s available for immediate purchase at 29.95 USD per copy or alternatively a 10 day full functional trial version is available.

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[26 Oct 2008 | No Comment | ]

BFO have just released a new Java-based PDF Viewer. It supports: printing, saving, search and/selection, forms, bookmarks thumbnails, annotations and more…

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[8 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

The iPhone might be the talk of the town at the moment, but the BlackBerry is still in a commanding position. The recent announcement of BeamReader, a native PDF reader for the BlackBerry, has got me wondering.

Adobe Reader, General News, PDF Online, Tips and Tutorials »

[11 Sep 2008 | One Comment | ]

On Wednesday, September 17, 2008, The Acrobat User Community Team will be hosting an eSeminar on how to drop a flash file inside a PDF without the need for any additional media players.

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[19 Aug 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

If you’re sick of waiting for PDFs to load in your browser or downloading them to your desktop, then check out PdfMeNot.com. This site helps you to quickly view PDFs — without a PDF Reader insight — by converting the PDFs to Flash documents and then quickly displaying the result in your browser.
My first thought when I saw this website was — wow, these guys must really not like PDFs — but after using it a few times I can see that it could be useful for some people, especially …

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[18 May 2008 | One Comment | ]

Check out this video demo of viewing ebooks (in PDF format) on the iPhone. It looks pretty cool.

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[18 May 2008 | No Comment | ]

Cerience has announced its plans to release the world’s first native PDF viewer for BlackBerry.
RepliGo Reader will provide basic PDF viewing functionality such as zooming in and out of documents and  intelligently reformatting pages to fit the width of your BlackBerry screen. In addition, bookmarks, hyperlinks and searching will also be supported.
You can signup for the beta program of RepliGo Reader on this page.