Adobe, who changed the name of its Adobe Reader app for Windows 8 to “Adobe Reader Touch” to avoid confusion, has released yet another update for the app, now available via the Windows Store for free. The updated app now features the ability to save your document, as well as other new features.
“Adobe Reader is the free, trusted leader for reliably viewing and interacting with PDF documents across platforms and devices. This version of Adobe Reader has been specially designed for the new Windows 8 Touch user interface to give you a great experience working with PDF documents on your Windows 8 Tablet,” the app description reads.
So what’s new? Adobe has added the ability to add Notes to your document, as well as view those Notes attached to text markup. Adobe also added the ability to Highlight, Strikeout, or Underline text as well as the ability to Save and Save As. The update also allows you to quick change pages via the Go To Page feature.
Adobe Reader Touch is free and available via the Windows Store. If you have yet to install this app, grab it from the download link below.