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Where’s Reflow in Adobe Reader for Android 10.1?

Oct 21, 2011 12:57 PM

Thanks to everyone who has downloaded, installed, and provided feedback on the most recent update for Adobe Reader for Android 10.1. While many users are happy with the updates we made in the release, we clearly made a mistake in removing the Reflow feature.  We hear your comments and it’s our top priority to bring this feature back as quickly as possible.  We will let you know as soon as we have additional updates.


Thank you for your continued support and feedback.


Dennis Griffin

Principle Product Manager, Adobe

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    Oct 21, 2011 1:25 PM   in reply to Dennis Griffin (Adobe)

    Thanks for the information, but, in case you didn't read the whole thread: This is not just about the removal of the reflow feature; it is also about the missing font size choice, the long promised bookmark function which still has not materialized and lots of other product feature requests that Adobe has been, well - ignoring? for months now.

    Of course I can't speak for other users but, considering that all the previously mentioned features were already part of Adobe Reader 2.0 for Windows Mobile 2003 (8 years ago!) I seriously ask myself what is happening here.

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    Nov 6, 2011 12:59 PM   in reply to Dennis Griffin (Adobe)

    Thank you, thank you. Anxiously awaiting. 

    I am really hindered on Andriod phone by this mishap with 10.1.0.


    Is there any way to down-grade to the previous  v10.0.2?

    I know it had some problems,

    but having Reflow is worth the occasional crash.


    Please consider offering the old version unless there is a v10.2.0

    with Reflow real soon now.





    I went to ,

    downloaded "Reader X (10.0.2) for Android 2.1"

    to my Samsung GT-I550 running Android 2.2,

    and then installed it with EasyInstaller from the Market.

    Now I have Reflow again.

    No more upgrade until Reflow is back again.

    Thanks for making the solution available.



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    Nov 15, 2011 9:09 PM   in reply to JRHolt

    Easier still: Go to , scan the barcode provided on that page with barcode scanner, save, and install.


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