The Adobe Reader Android app has received another update, but you're going to have to hand over some money to take advantage of all of its new features. Adobe has rolled out new "Adobe PDF Pack" and "ExportPDF," which users can purchase from within the app. The former let users convert documents into PDFs, while the latter does just the opposite.

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In addition to the PDF functionality, Adobe has made the app's file browser more up to date, as options are finally accessible from an Action bar. The basics such as copying, pasting, and renaming files are covered, as is uploading data to Acrobat.com. The updated app also has multi-window support on devices that can handle it, such as the Galaxy Note 3.

What's new:

  • Buy Adobe PDF Pack and Adobe ExportPDF services from within Adobe Reader
  • Convert documents and images to PDF using Adobe PDF Pack
  • Export PDF files to Word or Excel using Adobe ExportPDF
  • New and improved Text Search using snippet views
  • Online help to learn more about Adobe Reader
  • New, modern File Browser UI experience
  • Multi Window support
  • Improved performance for x86 devices

The app is free to download, even if all of its content isn't available out of the gate. Regardless of whether you wish to create PDFs, Adobe Reader is still a well-known option for reading them. Check it out by hitting the widget below.