Same problem here. I am on the iPad3 and was really excited to find this app so I could review records on my iPad and create the report on my PC at the same time. I just lost 90 minutes of work because all of my highlights, comments, and free script disappeared. I had just tried to email the document so don't know if that had anything to do with it. Without editing capabilties, this won't help me at all.
I am having the same issue. I have a PDF from a bank; spent 3 hours filling out but when I email it to myself and open in Adobe Reader for Mac, all signatures and comments are not there. Ouch!
I have the same problem. I recently installed the adobe reader for my iPad and started to work in one of my PDF files creating notes and highlighting some important parts. After 2hours of work, I closed the app and later when I wanted to get back to work found all the notes and highlightings gone!! What a waste of time...
I also found by the pictures in the AppStore that this app includes a feature to add some bookmarks in the PDF, which is great, but I couldn't find it. In the picture the button appears at the lower corner in the right along with the pages control dial.
Hope you could find a solution for this issue, cause the app seems great and with the bookmark feature, even better
With Adobe Reader you can “view and navigate” bookmarks already present in a PDF document, but you cannot create new ones. We have taken down your request for bookmarks creation for consideration in a future update.
Regarding the comments issue – we’re aware of this issue and it’s on our top priority list for the next update.
I found an interesting work around for being able to view signature and comments in other programs after making them in Adobe Reader iOS. After making the edit, if I use the 'Open In' option from within the program and select 'iAnnotate', another PDF markup app available in the App Store, it preserve all the edits. I can then flatten the PDF and email it. I hate to suggest using a competing product to make this work, but I'm using Adobe Reader for reviewing and signing all documents for a home purchase so it was serious business. The simplicity of this Adobe app makes it attractive; the signature option works really well. Add in a typewriter function and it will be really good.