We've all been there, trying to sign a lease after moving to a new city or sending off the documents required for a financial application. PDFs are a persistent part of life these days, even if they might feel a bit dated, and coordinating the conversion from real-world paper to a PDF file can be obnoxious, but your phone can actually handle it for you. In fact, you may not even need to install a separate app to do it. Read More
If you've ever needed to create a PDF on the go, then you know that there really haven't been many options for doing so in the past, but that all changes today - Adobe just released CreatePDF for Android.
Using the same PDF creation as Adobe Acrobat, this app allows you to create a PDF on any Android 2.1+ device, including Honeycomb. It uses Adobe's online service for file creation, so the process doesn't actually occur on your device - but don't worry, Adobe says that the service does not keep a copy of the original file or the PDF.
Among many other features that you would expect to see from an app like this, it also offers PDF sharing and management, so you can easily send your newly created PDF's via email or Bluetooth. Read More