Android’s Adobe Reader Hits One MILLION Downloads!

July 29, 2010 - Written By Chris Yackulic

On their blog, Adobe announced their Reader application for Android has made it to platinum status, ONE MILLION DOWNLOADS! That’s 1,000,000 – six zero’s. Here is the full post from the blog:

  • Today’s post is dedicated to our Adobe Reader for Android users who have been instrumental in building some great momentum since we launched just two months ago.
Just this week, Android reached the million download mark in the Android Market. Also in that time period, Adobe Reader has received an average of four stars from over 4,000 users who have rated it to date. eWeek recently picked Adobe Reader as one of the Top 10 Apps Motorola Droid X owners should acquire at launch.
These milestones are just the beginning of an exciting journey of enabling users the ability to view PDF files on Android mobile devices. Based on user feedback, we released an update to Adobe Reader for Android earlier this month with performance enhancements and the ability to open PDF files from local storage on Android mobile devices. We look forward to further enhancing the product and providing you with a great user experience for viewing and working on PDF documents on mobile devices.
Let us know what you think about Adobe Reader for Android. Provide your feedback on the product either via comments on this blog or through the Adobe Reader user forums (
If you haven’t downloaded and used the Adobe Reader for Android yet, isn’t it time you joined the million other users who have?
Thank You!

If Adobe Reader hit the coveted one million downloads already, what do you think Adobe Flash numbers will look like? I’m getting exited, I’m sure all of you are too. Share your thoughts below on adobe! Let it all out!