Now reading PDFs on phones will be even easier due to the new Liquid Mode in Acrobat Reader
When you enable Liquid mode in Adobe Acrobat Reader, a tool called Sensei will increase the headings and make the text readable on a smaller screen without the need to zoom in. Additionally, you can also change the font size, as well as line spacing and words.
PDFs can be too awkward to read on small screens. However, now that more and more people are relying on digital services in their lives, Adobe is ready to fix it. Today, the software company announced the introduction of a new model in its PDF reader – it automatically formats text, images, and spreadsheets for mobile devices.
Adobe has introduced a new mode not just like that – it conducted a study that showed that 45% of Americans did not try to read long and wordy documents on mobile devices. At the same time, 72% of respondents said that they could work with phones longer if they were easier to read.
Liquid Mode is now available in the free Adobe Acrobat Reader app for iOS and Android. It will also run on a Chromebook that supports the Google Play Store and will be available on desktops and browsers in the future.