Adobe has updated its popular Reader Touch app for Windows 8, adding several new features to the PDF reader, including a way to add notes to a document and putting in Save and Save As functions.
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The Adobe Reader Touch PDF reader app for Windows 8 has received a new update, which finally allows its users to print PDF files for the first time, along with some keyboard shortcuts.
Adobe has released a new version of its free PDF document app for Windows 8, Adobe Reader, that also changes the name of the app to Adobe Reader Touch as part of the update.