First of all Reader does not let you edit any PDF'.
You could simply turn on Mobile Link to sync all your PDF'.
If you are accessing it from Mobile,you could turn on the Mobile Link and access the files without being connected to Wifi.
Turning on Mobile Link would sync all your PDF'.However you would need to be signed in to view them on other devices.
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I would like to know a little more about the type of "online" service you are using. Some of our services connections do provide the capability to edit documents while disconnected (assuming the document has already been downloaded). Are you using Mobile Link? Dropbox? Creative Cloud? Something else entirely?
I've been using Adobe Document Cloud, with the mobile link on. The files do not open if I'm offline.
I have tried all alternatives (except for the Creative Cloud): I've been using Adobe Document Cloud (mobile link on) and also the Dropbox (with "local files") on my iPad. If I'm offline, there is no way I can open the files.
I think I understand that you'd like to be able to access Cloud Files when you are not connected to a network. It sounds like you're primarily using Adobe Document Cloud and Mobile Link. You are correct in observing that we don't have a way to do this currently (for any of the cloud services we integrate). Acrobat may choose to cache some files opened from the cloud for a period of time, but there is no way to explicitly ask to make a file available. This is a feature that we are currently designing. If you have a few minutes, I'd appreciate feedback on what we are thinking.
There are several ways that we have imagined doing this:
- Providing an option to copy cloud files from their cloud to "local". This would mean two copies of the file existed, one on the phone and one in the cloud.
- Provide a means of marking a cloud file for access locally (sometime later). You would have to be explicit about which files you would want access to (in order to save space on your device). Google Drive and Dropbox both have a feature called "Make Available Offline". If you edited these files, we could push the edited version back to the cloud on reconnection to the network.
- Full sync of all cloud files to local
We are explicitly avoiding 3 because of the space and bandwidth requirements. However, we are debating between 1 and 2. My personal feeling is that most users want 2. Which would you prefer (or would you expect something else entirely)?
I think Option 2 would handle my current use case: annotate a document using a mobile device offline and then resync my comments to the Dropbox version online.