Adobe Publishes PDF Reader App for iOS Devices
Adobe has made its PDF Reader application available to Apple's iOS devices, such as the iPhone. The applications allow iPhone users to open, view, print, and email PDF files, which is a common format for documents. iPhone users can open PDF files from within emails or web sites, see text annotations, and open encrypted PDFs, as well as search for text within PDF files, bookmark sections, set scrolling modes, zoom in/out, use thumbnails for navigation, and select, copy, and paste text from PDFs to the clipboard. Adobe Reader for iOS is a free download from the iPhone App Store.
Adobe's Lightroom App Adds RAW HDR Shooting for Android and iOS Phones
Adobe today updated its Lightroom Mobile application and added the ability for Android and iOS devices to shoot in RAW HDR mode. Adobe says the new HDR mode automatically scans each scene to measure the best-possible exposure range and then takes three photos that are merged to deliver the widest exposure and contrast range.
Google Calendar for iOS Schedules An Update
Google today released an update to its Calendar app for iOS devices. To start, the app has a new 7-day view that gives users a glance of their weekly schedule, and now lets people more easily customize their weekly view.
Microsoft Releases Hub Keyboard App for iPhone
Microsoft's Garage team has made a productivity-minded keyboard available to Apple's iOS devices. The keyboard, says Microsoft, works in tandem with an Office 365 account for tapping into OneDrive, Office, and other Microsoft account information.
Google's Keep App Remembers to Land On iOS
Google today made its Keep note-taking application available to the iPhone and iPad. With Keep, iOS users can add notes, lists, photos, or audio files to Keep and organize or share them however they see fit.