The Adobe Reader for Windows 8 app has been renamed to Adobe Reader Touch in an attempt to emphasize that this particular version is designed for touch devices running Microsoft’s latest operating system.
In addition, the app is now featuring dedicated options to view sticky note annotations, as well as improved zoom controls for those still using a mouse to access their documents.
Adobe Reader Touch continues to support all Windows 8 versions, including x86, x64 and ARM builds. Here’s the official app description published in the Store for the renamed software solution:
“This version of Adobe Reader has been specially designed for the new Windows 8 Touch user interface to give you a great experience working with PDF documents on your Windows 8 Tablet.”
Click here to view the Adobe Reader Touch Windows Store product page in your browser.