Here is the current status of the v22 Adobe Content Viewer approval at the various application marketplaces.
|Store||Submission Date||Approval Status|
|Apple App Store (iOS)||Resubmitted August 27, 2012||Approved|
|Google Marketplace (Android)||August 7, 2012||Approved|
|Amazon Marketplace for Android (Kindle Fire)||August 7, 2012||Approved|
I will update this post as each submission moves through the process. Remember that pro and enterprise customers can create their own v22 Adobe Content Viewer using Viewer Builder, and that you can continue to create folios for previons versions of the viewer after updating your tools by setting the folio version in the new folio dialog.
we are working on a large project where we need an iphone only binary, because there is already a native ipad binary with the same nearly the content, so a dual binary will be rejected by apple.
does this problem occure only with sprint 22 binarys or sprint 21 also ??
ps: may I CP your answer in a conversation with mr. tukker and mr. risdal ??
It's up to Apple as to when they approve the viewer. Since it didn't happen this week my best guess is Thursday or Friday next week, but we have no control over that.
If you are a paid Professional or Enterprise customer you can build your own Adobe Content Viewer using Viewer Builder, and that viewer will have the fix in it.
There's no way to roll back to the previous v21 viewer without custom building your own using Viewer Builder.
To Neil Enns - Adobe,
Is it not possible to offer the custom Viewer Builder for all levels of DPS saving users future problems if the Adobe Content Viewer is not approved quickly through Apple.
Also were are the current details on how to build a custom viewer.
Only Pro and Enterprise customers can create a custom version of the Adobe Content Viewer.
Instructions for building a custom content viewer:
That is something I really would like to see. It would be great to be able to create custom viewer builders also as free member.
Another thing (this should only be for Pro/Enterprise) would be the ability to change the name and icons of the custom content viewer.
 @Bob: This was a request/question, not a fact.
Message was edited by: Anselm Hannemann
Whilst I appreciate you may be a "poor" single -folio user, try to think of it from my point of view as a pro-user that invests thousands of £ upfront, it's good for me to have a bit of differentiation. Sorry, but I agree with the current Adobe policy. Just a comment to give a balanced view.