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Old 08-30-2012, 01:05 PM   #354
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Reading documents on a device (even pdf files) is really not the purpose of Adobe Reader.
If Adobe Reader isn't supposed to let you read documents, what's it for?

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Wrapping text, changing views, or turning pages are the basic functions that were needed to even call them ebook reader apps. Citing these functions in a review is like saying you like a new car because it can go in forward and reverse and stops when you step on the brake.
I was describing them because these functions were either difficult to use or missing or constantly had to be manually activated in Adobe Reader.

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The thing is, the Kindle and Nook apps both should be much better. The apps have considerably LESS functionality and a lot more limitations than the native software in those companies' dedicated reader devices.
Sorry -- I'm still not clear. What PDF features are the Kindle and Nook missing? Because you've written two posts and I still can't figure out what these two apps lack that you want for reading PDFs -- except that according to you, a PDF app isn't meant for reading PDFs.

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