Never got a response so I bought Office Suite Pro 6 from the Google Play store. It goes on sale every now and then. Picked it up for 99 cents. Has in-app converion of word to pdf (ie, not cloud based). Works fine and pretty good Office app too. Hope this helps.
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2013 10:42:27 -0700
Re: What happened to the createPDF mobile app.
created by ghettosamson in CreatePDF on iOS - View the full discussion
I have the same question. I was fixing to buy it but for some reason the App store says its not available in the US. Anyone else have a response?
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Yes, we have taken the existing CreatePDF application off of the market. We are preparing to have an update later in the year that operates differently, and we decided to stop sales of the current application in advance of that. I realize that some customers will still want to have access to the functionality, and in the interim you can try out our CreatePDF service from your desktop browser https://www.acrobat.com/createpdf/en/home.html. Unfortunately, there's not a mobile app availlable for that yet, so you won't be able to access from your device.
You can still continue to use the CreatePDF Mobile app, even though it is no longer available for purchase or download from iTunes.
Additionally, Adobe Reader for mobile on iOS is now integrated with the Adobe CreatePDF online subscription service, which adds a lot of great capabilities to the app. This single subscription includes access across your iOS mobile devices, the web, and your desktop from within Adobe Reader software. It also lets you convert PDF documents back into Word and Excel, and includes cloud storage on Acrobat.com so that you can access your files from any device. You can learn more about this service here: https://www.acrobat.com/createpdf.