This is a query about Acrobat Reader -- I have a Nexus 7 (2012 version), if this is important.
Is there a general "fit width" option available?
In "single page" view, holding the Nexus in portrait orientation gives a full-page view, but this is often too small for me. Holding it in landscape also gives a full-page view (which is of course tiny), and while double-tapping sometimes makes it full-width, often this zooms in much too far.
In "continuous" view, the default zoom is indeed "fit width" -- however, it does this based on the width of the whole document. So if the PDF has one extra-wide page, then the rest are tiny.
So, is there either (a) a way to have "single page" view default to "fit width" in landscape, or (b) a way to make "continuous" view fit to the width of each page as you scroll through, rather than to the widest page? Thanks for any help!
No, unfortunately we currently don't support either of the two features you have mentioned. We have taken note of these as feature requests and would try to soon incorporate them in our application.
Acrobat DC Mobile Team