Needs a lot of improvements. When you try to select words or sentences, it is somehow off, which is pretty annoying. This app also doesn't allow you to highlight when you use zoom, so highlighting something is extremely frustrating. This also does not have a dictionary, which is Inconvenient. I'm forced to use this app for an electric copy of textbook for my course, but I reslly wish I had an option as this app is basically useless.
Authorized the app for overdrive, borrowed a book, downloaded the book, but still can't read the book. Does not show up in the ade app. Wasn't going to review yet, thought emailing them would be better to start, but my email is not on their authorized recipient list, so they don't receive my emails. Useless app, lousy customer service.
Required for secure pdf's, this app does a decent job on one machine. Fits page to screen, a big plus over Google Books. But where Google lets you sign in and use your stuff anywhere, just as you do at home, Adobe only works on one machine, and the only until you try to add a second. Big fail, as usual for this company.
This app will not work with my cloud library or overdrive and you can't use other epub readers for these services because of some sort of copyright protection. If an app or service is going to have such a bizarre monopoly it really should be functional. I can't download any ebooks from my library now, and I know I'm not the only one.
Downloaded just so I could give it an awful review. Even the PC version is absolute garbage and does not respond. Crashes constantly. It would be faster to find a book in a library than to wait for this app/program to respond.
As pretty much everyone else has said, this is just horrible. I had to give it a shot because for my library was too cheap to buy some books in a decent format. The app itself is no help at all but apparently you need a desktop to download your book first if you have a tablet and not an ereader.
Security bug fixes
A world-class reader for Adobe DRM protected (and DRM free) EPUB and PDF ebooks.