Adobe Reader Touch has received a brand new update on Windows 8, thus making it easier for users of Microsoft’s latest operating system to work with PDF documents.
The new version of the app comes with dedicated options to fill and save PDF forms, but also with new settings that allow users to change colors of the highlight tool, underline and strikeout text markups.
“Adobe Reader Touch 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. Adobe Reader Touch works with a keyboard and mouse, but desktop users with keyboard and mouse may prefer to install and use Adobe Reader XI,” Adobe explained.
Just as expected, Adobe Reader Touch works not only on the desktop version of Windows 8, but also on Windows RT tablets, such as Microsoft’s very own Surface RT.