What is the best app for viewing Adobe pdf files on an Android smallscreen smartphone?
I searched the forums and other suggested threads and could not find that this has been directly addressed.
1) Has Adobe, the actual Adobe company, put out a "free reader" application for Android? (like they seem to do for every other computing platform I can think of)
2) Whether Adobe has or not, what is the best app for viewing Adobe pdf files on an Android smallscreen smartphone? I need to quickly and efficiently be able to view pdf files, and importantly, certain parts of those files. For example, a couple of paragraphs or a graphic that, say, takes up half a "printed" page in a standard Adobe pdf file.
I am working on a private website that will serve all kinds of documents: especially RTF, TIFF, JPG & PDF.This site is for mobile devices, on the iPhone it just works, serves all of those file types right out of the browser. It strips the formatting out of the RTF files but that is ok.
In android I can open an RTF file from Gmail and it opens correctly (again stripped formatting) it even says "Opening as HTML" But in the browser it serves it as plain text with all of the formatting characters.I have had to download a 3rd party tif viewer.And when I click the document button it downloads the tif file and the user has to then click to open it.This is at least semi-workable. The same goes for .pdf files, they have to be downloaded and then opened.I was wondering.is there a way to tell the OS to go ahead and open file type from the browser using a set app? I have a 3rd party RTF viewer installed now but unlike the TIF and PDF, the RTF file tries to open in the browser, it just fails at decoding it.
Basically I want to know how to get a list or array or any type of data about the files that have been stored in an package specific data section. By this I mean that after using something like:
FileOutputStream fOut = c.openFileOutput(fileName, 0); OutputStreamWriter osw = new OutputStreamWriter(fOut);
How can I get a list of the files saved to the data location of my application where this file and other files or saved so that I can choose which file I wish to read or edit. I've searched and searched for this but have not found anything of use any help will be greatly appreciated.
Ive just got the G2 on a tmobile contract and am looking for applications to allow me to view word documents on my device. Ive seen DataViz's Documents to Go which Dataviz say are in the android market but on searching the android market im coming up with a blank i.e. its saying no app by that name can be found. Can anyone help or suggest an alternative to viewing word andor other MS files.
I have HTC Desire, and I know that I have QuickOffice. The problem is when I put a word or excel file on the .quickoffice folder on my phone, nothing comes up on the mobile when I disconnect. Therefore I was wondering if anyone could recommend me a program where I can either write, or read written files like Word and excel files?
Is anyone else having problems watching / viewing wmv files sent as email attachments? On the rare occasions that I can it usually only plays the sound with no video. Tried both HTC mail and Gmail app.
This is probably something really simple but I'm curious how to view the files on your SD card from the phone.I had a PDF file on mine that I wanted to delete but I didn't want to format the entire card.I know I'm probably being a knuckle head but I just can't figure it out.
I've flashed different .zip files to my hero, gaps, froyo mms fix, market fix etc. You get the point But I'm wondering how i can view a list of all the things iv flashed. Iv made many changes to my phone and would like to see what is currently flashed to my device.And also i was wondering if there's a way to unflash this stuff and if not what will get rid of it? Because i have no backups. They were all messed up and got deleted
I know that on computers you can view temporary internet files and pictures that get saved into a folder to later view or delete but is there also a way to view those files on the droid eris phone? any help is appreciated,
I have a requirement where I need to play an audio file in receiver mode(earpiece).I am not sure whether higher versions of Android SDK supports this receiver mode.I went through some links which said about 1.5/1.6 having changes in these Audio APIs and hence not sure.
Managing Galaxy Note I & IIs running Android 4.1.2 and would like to direct network/browser traffic to a URL filtering service through a proxy server. Can confirm or deny (with supporting reference material) that Jelly Bean (specifically Android v4.1.2) has support for PAC files to configure proxy settings? The browsers I want to redirect to the proxy are Internet V4.1.2 (default with version 4.1.2 Android OS) and Chrome V 25.0.1364.169. Pointers to how to set proxies for those specific browser releases is also welcome.
If PAC file support does exist where does the PAC file need to be installed? How is it typically installed? Any documentation that reviews the PAC file support.
I just got an HTC desire and so far its much better than my iphone. I'm just stuck on one think, how do I view my contacts? I've gone through all of my apps and it appears that the only way is to create a new message and then add a contact to there.
to try to cut a long story short got a bit mifffed at using the hero to view the net and bought a broken laptop (now fixed with new operating system installed and new ram) to use at work so i can use the net in large screen after using for a few days i note the its using up a lot of mb of my data to use the net with the laptop is there a way to setup a firefox just to view the text with out the ads and pics and still have full function of the net
Im looking for an app that will allow me to view my webcam at work for security purposes. Once I close up the office I would like to be able to view my webcam on my phone. Would also be nice if it could be activated by motion.
My app downloads a set of images from a website but I need to figure out the how to display them to the user. How can I display these to the user if they are coming from a ListView?Also, they'll need to be able to get back to the ListView.
Is it possible to view what requests are made to external sites/ servers by an app? Basically I'd kind of like to throw an application (I did not make) into a debugging type thing to see what requests (to where and what data) it makes. This is to kind of ensure a third party app does what it is saying, and isn't sending data elsewhere.