Adobe and Apple are competing against each other in the ebook world.
Acrobat, the widely used PDF reader, is a full-fledged web application that offers everything Adobe users want and need from a PDF reader.
However, Adobe is now making a move in the eBook market, releasing Acrobat 11.1 for Mac and Windows, along with a number of new PDF reader plugins and plugins for Windows and Mac.
Adobe has been quietly developing the new Adobe Reader plug-in for several years now, and today, it announced that it will be making its own plugin for Mac, a new plugin called Adobe Reader 11.2.
Adobe also announced that the Acrobat plug-ins will be released under the Creative Cloud license, and will be available for download via the Adobe website, the official Adobe Store, and in a number “developer partners.”
The Acrobat Reader plug in is available for Mac on the Mac App Store, which means it’s also compatible with OS X, iOS, and Android.
The Adobe Reader plugin itself is a fairly standard, basic Adobe PDF reader plugin, and it provides access to the Adobe PDF database, the Adobe Reader extension, and the Adobe Bookmarks extension.
It supports multiple PDF file formats, which Adobe defines as “text files of a high enough resolution to be read by a PDF viewer, such as PDF reader or word processor.
It can also handle JPEG images.”
The Adobe PDF Database, which is the database of all PDFs in Adobe’s catalog, supports more than 10,000 PDF formats.
It includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel PDF files, PDF image files, and PDF documents.
For example, a PDF file can contain text and graphics in Adobe Word or PowerPoint, or PDF files can contain images.
The PDF database contains both plain text files, which can be read directly from a web browser, and HTML documents, which are more like an HTML document.
Acropicture is a free download, which has the Adobe software running as a virtual machine.
It’s free to use and does not require a paid subscription to use.
The Acropiriture PDF reader is available as an update to the Acroprint Reader plugin, which also supports more formats.
Acoprint Reader 11 is available to download from the Adobe Software Center, the company’s online catalog, or the App Store.
The company’s plugin also offers Adobe Reader extensions for the Kindle app, the Apple TV, the Google Chrome browser, the Amazon Fire tablet, the Raspberry Pi, the Zuk microcomputer, and several other devices.
Adobe Reader for Mac is available on the App store, and can be downloaded from the Mac app store.
The new Acrobat plugin has been released on the web as well, and is available in the Mac developer tools as Acrobat11.2 or Acrobat12.2, both of which are versions of Adobe Reader.
Adobe says that Acrobat for Mac will support both Mac and iOS devices, including the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
We’ll be following this story as it develops.