Acrobat Reader mobile app FAQ

The Acrobat Reader mobile app provides optimum PDF viewing, editing, and sharing experience. Acrobat's advanced Liquid Mode can automatically adjust content to your screen for easier reading. You can annotate, fill, sign, and share PDFs using the free app and also subscribe to use the premium features, including Edit PDF, Export PDF, Combine Files, and Organize Pages.

To download the latest version of the app, visit the Google Play Store or the iTunes App Store.

Refer to Acrobat Reader for Android Help and Acrobat Reader for iOS Help to learn how to use the app. Online Help is available in 19 languages. You can access it from your mobile device or desktop using any browser.

No. Acrobat Reader is a free, stand-alone app with extra premium features that are available when you purchase a subscription. Available subscriptions include Adobe Acrobat Reader premium (in-app purchase), Adobe Acrobat Export PDFAdobe Acrobat PDF PackAdobe Acrobat Standard, Adobe Acrobat Pro, or Adobe Acrobat for Enterprise.

To access premium app features, subscribe to one of the following products: Adobe Acrobat Reader premium (in-app purchase), Acrobat Export PDF, Acrobat PDF Pack, Acrobat Standard, Acrobat Pro, or Acrobat for Enterprise. To purchase a subscription:

  1. Tap > Subscriptions.
  2. To add the Acrobat Reader mobile premium subscription, tap Subscribe Now.
  3. On the screen that appears, tap Start Trial & Subscribe.
     If you are not signed in or do not have an account, you are prompted to sign in or sign up before the purchase. The subscription workflow may vary on Samsung devices.
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Free trial and auto-renewal of subscriptions are unavailable in India due to an e-mandate. Users in the Indian subcontinent can use the premium app features via a monthly or annual subscription for single access. Tap  > Subscriptions > Purchase Now and follow the instructions to add the Acrobat Reader mobile premium subscription.

You are charged for the premium mobile subscription at the time of purchase unless you sign up for a free trial. If you sign up for a free trial, then your payment mode is charged only at the end of the free trial. You may cancel your subscription at any time before your free trial ends.

For example, if you make an in-app purchase with a seven-day free trial, you are charged on the eighth day when the free trial ends. You are charged on a recurring monthly or annual basis depending on the type of subscription that you purchase.

At any time, you can upgrade from a free to a paid subscription with an in-app purchase of Adobe Acrobat Reader premium. If you have an existing subscription to Acrobat PDF Pack, Acrobat Standard, Acrobat Pro, or Acrobat for Enterprise, you can access premium mobile features as well. With subscription to Acrobat Export PDF, you will only have access to the Export PDF tool on mobile.

You may have to restore your subscription. To do so, tap  > Subscriptions or Manage subscriptions. Next, tap Restore Purchases.

Cancel a subscription from the store where it was purchased.

  • From App Store on iPad or iPhone

    Apple manages the Acrobat Reader premium subscription purchased from the Apple App Store. Refer to the Apple support page to learn how View, change, or cancel your subscriptions.

  • From Google Play Store on Android devices

    Google manages the Acrobat Reader premium subscription purchased from Google Play Store. To cancel your subscription via Google Play Store, see Cancel, pause, or change a subscription on Google Play.

    For billing issues or a refund, see Get a refund on Google Play.

  • From Galaxy Store

    At any time before auto-cancellation, choose My page > Receipts > Items tab > [your subscription name] > Unsubscribe.

    For billing issues or a refund, see Galaxy Store Payments and Purchases.

You should receive a cancellation email once you cancel a subscription. For more details on how to cancel subscriptions, see Cancel Adobe trial or subscription.

For further support on refunds, you may reach out to us via Contact Us chat bot at the bottom of this page.

 

Yes, you can use Acrobat Reader to access PDFs sent a Gmail attachment. However, for use and transfer of information received from Google APIs, Acrobat Reader on iOS and Android adheres to Google API Services User Data Policy, including the Limited Use requirements.

Yes. You can easily apply for a license to distribute the app in volume. For deployment details, refer to the Acrobat Reader Mobile Enterprise Guide.

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