Adobe Reader Now Lets You Edit PDFs Without Opening Them


Adobe has issued an update to Adobe Reader, its popular PDF reader app.

Version 11.2.0 introduces a new design that matches the look and feel of iOS 7. The new look includes alterations to the color scheme as well as plain glyphs, as well as improvements and relocation of menu bars for better navigation.

The update also places recently viewed documents up front, adds a better integrated help system, and includes improves single file edit (which lets you perform basic operations without having to open a file) and text selection features (letting you select a single character rather than entire words).

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