Acrobat Reader for iPhone and iPad does not support dynamic or static XFA forms that are authored by Adobe LiveCycle Designer.
Acrobat Reader for iPhone and iPad displays the following alert message.
However, you can use the desktop version of Acrobat Reader DC to view and fill out dynamic and static XFA forms on a Mac or Windows computer (not on an iPhone or iPad).
To download and install the desktop app, click the link on a Mac or Windows computer.
Hope this helps.
On my iPad/iPhone, when I use the link shown above (Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Install for all versions), the same version of Acrobat Reader I already have is displayed. On my Windows PC, the icon for the DC version is Black, with a red border.
The usage problem seems to arise when I try to launch one of these PDFs received as an attachment to an email. If there was some way to save the attachment locally first, and then launch the Reader I have, I suspect that the file will launch.
Any idea how I might do this?
Please note that there is no DC or desktop version of Acrobat Reader for iPhone or iPad.
To view or fill out dynamic or static XFA forms, please use the desktop version of Acrobat Reader on a Mac or Windows computer (not on an iPhone or iPad).
Sorry for the confusion.
Thanx for the clarification. Since Adobe makes the LC Designer, do you have any idea when/if they anticipate creating a DC version for the iPhone/iPad?
The following blog page contains an answer from Jeff Stanier, the Product Manager of Adobe LiveCycle Designer.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Thank you very much. I've initiated a request to learn more about Adobe Experience Manager. Hopefully, it will help move this project forward.