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acroread

Adobe reader
Score:
 -79
167 reviews
Description:

Adobe reader allows you to view navigate and print pdf files. this version adds advanced forms support (save), better integration with adobe acrobat workflows, customizable toolbars and better overall performance.

this package provides the english version of adobe reader 9.

User reviews:
ScoreComment

Maurice045
1 week ago
3 Now out of date

Senny
3 years ago
5 Отличная программа от разработчика формата. Тяжелая, поэтому лучше использовать со сложными файлами с формами и прочими рющечками, когда програмы полегче не справляются с форматом PDF.

DocZen
4 years ago
5 Excellent logiciel. Rapide et intuitif. Paramétrable à souhait. C'est le meilleur lecteur de PDF même s'il ne supporte pas l'annotation (comme tous les lecteur PDF sous linux ... malheureusement)

zandoval
4 years ago
3 I use it only when I must. This program is massive taking up to 1/2 Gig just to reside and doubling when in operation. It is more comfortable in computers with massive Ram and integrates well with Micro Soft OS's. It is not my default viewer. So do I have it on my little Mint-Maya computer... Yes

Monsta
4 years ago
1 Adobe software sucks by default.

jama251
4 years ago
2 Made to use this because inland revenue, a government department, uses an on line form which only works with Adobe. Find it slow, cumbersome and really draining on my nice Linux system. Really resent government departments using proprietory software.

Saddletramp
4 years ago
3 It's ok. I prefer the default doccument viewer. Miss the annotation tools.

kc6ufm
4 years ago
5 Seems the bad reviews are just haters. A musy have for anyone who actually uses a PC as a tool and not a toy.

sllvershadow
5 years ago
2 Adobe's products are unsecure. Use other readers instead.

saxgeek
5 years ago
3 Very good program, but is a resource hog on low-powered systems.

SleepingDragon
5 years ago
5 Very good pdf reader.

Vector-full
5 years ago
1 no hay que darle piola a estos programas privativos, tenemos Evince entre otros para leer libros pdf y otros formatos

basgus
5 years ago
5 Very good program,when installed as main it read PDF document in all sites on the web when surfing. It is unfair give this program low points !! I have only GOOD experiance after severel year using this program !! / Gus

lordamit
5 years ago
5 I am NOT sure why people rate it low. But I personally find it extremely useful. Evince can not render some pdfs with type3 fonts properly. Adobe Reader rescued me in such cases.

arogov
5 years ago
1 On Linux? What for?

vandu
5 years ago
2 I don't need you in my linux!!!

jbecar
5 years ago
1 Can't uninstall fast enough

meerrik
5 years ago
5 Excelent!

ericvictor66
5 years ago
4 fast and do all i need

RemuN
5 years ago
1 awful

benlz
5 years ago
5 It's not free, but it's perfectly compatible, ultra-light and fast, while Evince is so much slower on my machine.. as I can see, Okular is the only valid free alternative to Acroread.

viniciusguanais
5 years ago
2 Tem ferramentas de comentário mas não funcionam.

apicus
5 years ago
2 Lourd, souvent lent. Les outils linux sont meilleurs, alors pourquoi s'encombrer de celui-là d'autant qu'Adobe ne supporte plus lesversions Linux.

Angeltoast
5 years ago
4 Installed quickly, loads large files easily and fast, and has all the features I need.

neptunium
5 years ago
2 Too slow, also Adobe does not support linux anymore!

zapbuzz
5 years ago
4 its just a pity nuthin open is as reliable lol

tjnic
5 years ago
4 There are a lot of very sill comments on here. For many official PDF Documents, this really is the only software that works 100% of the time. I would love it to be open, but is isn't - Get over it!

beirapadua
5 years ago
1 okular puts this thing to shame

yayosry
6 years ago
1 so bad, after tryng some pdf viewers i recomendpdf-xchange on playonlinux

jahid_0903014
6 years ago
1 Annoying

RytronII
6 years ago
1 Not needed since Evince and many other apps do a far better job.

photoao
6 years ago
1 Avoiding anything adobe like the plague. Moreover it's horribly bloated, wasting resources even on a powerful machine is still a waste, Evince and epdfviewer are much better and free. Need to fill forms or write above ANY pdf ? take inkscape

vahid123
6 years ago
1 too slow . besides, adobe have some problem with iran

AvanOsch
6 years ago
1 Security problems all over the place!!! Adobe don't care about Linux users!

francheu
6 years ago
2 autant utiliser pdfxchange ou foxitpdf sous wine

Sweyn78
6 years ago
2 Bloatware. Use FoxitPDF or another non-bloated alternative.

fotonix
6 years ago
1 Adobe was a big factor in leaving Windoze. Don't contaminate your Linux with this.

banders
6 years ago
5 I was so happy to learn I could just install Adobe Reader right out of Software Manager, instead of having to put up with whatever other PDF reader came standard. Adobe's PDF reader is great, I've used it for years. I highly recommend it to everyone.

webgiant
6 years ago
5 I've always enjoyed Adobe Reader, as it has all the features I need in a PDF reader, and it is free. I especially like acroread as it runs natively in Linux, no need to be dependent on an inferior OS just to have a full-featured PDF reader. I'm glad that this is featured software, and I don't see what all the whining is about.

ivan7
6 years ago
1 Should not be featured software!

rompro
6 years ago
1 not good

Qruqs
6 years ago
1 Adobe has become the wee brother to M$, where they lock everything up, and charge a ridiculous amount of money for it. Never again an Adobe product.

bliving
6 years ago
1 Poor security posture for an open document standard

newpaul
6 years ago
5 In the Windows community (?), I never understood the bad press Adobe Reader used to receive, and still receives, in favor of much inferior tools, just because those were “lighter” (some people evaluate software as if the limits of their hardware, system setup or skills level didn't count). I see that in Linux this lasting fad also caught. I'm sorry to crash the negative party, but I think Acroread/Adobe Reader for Linux is a very good tool, and manages to emulate the reading experience of a book or magazine for the digital environment. Great for M12 Lisa 64bit. [The program was updated for Linux on April 16, 2012; its supposed “slowness” is the flip side of its greater definition, in comparison to the default Document Viewer; but right now it suffers from an irritating bug that presents you the license dialog every time a document is opened.]

wujj123456
6 years ago
1 @newpaul I agree that Adobe Reader X is usable under Windows, but you must haven't used Foxit Reader. It just beats Adobe Reader X on every dimension. In addition, it's also 100% free. For people want more advance features (e.g. highlight, annotation, drawing), just install Foxit Reader 5 using Wine. It runs much faster and smoother than Adobe Reader, even under Wine. So I don't think there is anything left fo anyone to defend Adobe Reader. Btw, avoid the inferior Foxit Reader for Linux 1.x.

hardlywired
6 years ago
1 Why is this featured software? This licensed bloatware doesn't belong in the linux world,. So many better readers out there with bookmarking.

Anacarnil
6 years ago
1 It is not the perfect solution for a Linux user. Truly.

fdR4T4eG2
6 years ago
1 bad. very bad: freezes, slows and all around bad.

aegony
6 years ago
1 really bad ... dear adobe!

JeffKnisley
6 years ago
5 I like for it lets me open Locked pdf files from my school no other pdf reader in the linux community will do that for me.

librelegal
6 years ago
2 no need to go unfree

OpenOs
7 years ago
1 the sick man

Kain
7 years ago
2 NOT a fan, but sometimes I need it to do real work. A lot of pdf from government sites don't seem to work well in other programs, and filling out forms with any other programs is a shot in the dark.

kneekoo
7 years ago
3 It's a good reader and prints very well. Still, it's overly bloated. It's just too much for a reader but at least it can natively handle all PDF features.

brian1037
7 years ago
5 Works just as well as the Windows version. Great for people who are coming from Windows and don't want a new PDF viewer.

icelure
7 years ago
3 作为第一个在这里留言的中国人,我表示压力山大。。。

Anleoje
7 years ago
1 Hay mejores.... más rápidos, estables. livianos y seguros! :/

wtlhk
7 years ago
1 Adobe products suck in linux environment

Hil002
7 years ago
1 Muy pesado el programa

carlosjimy
7 years ago
1 Existen alternativas mucho mejores. Evince lo supera con creces en funcionalidad, estabilidad y rapidez.

samyb2313
7 years ago
2 probleme d'affichage de document, parfois des pages noir

blueXrider
7 years ago
1 crap

killmess
7 years ago
1 Too slow, too big, too Bloated. :( Okular is MUCH BETTER.

jvbuxte
7 years ago
3 I would say OKULAR is better than AR

Squirrel
7 years ago
3 Slow, but it gets the job done.

mv288
7 years ago
1 too slow.

illinoismatt
7 years ago
4 Will display jpeg2000 images found in many google book downloads. Evince will not.

ihends
7 years ago
1 Super Suck, can't do anything with it.

Sinnfrage
7 years ago
1 Too fat and not nearly as nice as okular.

danfast
7 years ago
4 lo mejor

Mitzh
7 years ago
1 How can a program, which purpose is to read text files with images, be so bloated!!

uvas_1
7 years ago
1 pfssss

mchojrin
7 years ago
2 Too slow

Steampunk-Nick
7 years ago
2 useful tool, but i prefer Evince

bugz
7 years ago
4 LMDE: Opens fast 500p pdf's (default viewer thinks a lot). Nice b/w fullscreen mode.

ticiajosep
7 years ago
2 Hi ha opcions GPL millors.

armagast
7 years ago
2 Evince is much better

pazoff
7 years ago
3 A little bit slow

omena
7 years ago
3 ok

AlbertP
7 years ago
2 It's in fact a windows app in Wine. I prefer the default viewer of Mint, it's faster and more stable. Adobe's linux reader is only a last resort if anything else fails to open a file.

diei
7 years ago
4 I prefer it instead of the others viewers

ashtoash
7 years ago
2 Very heavy app

Rafson
7 years ago
3 works well, however there are better pdf viewers for linux which use less system resources

davy64
7 years ago
4 Mi Piace

mbnoimi
7 years ago
1 why you like?!

Belarus_IRus
7 years ago
1 Zachem?

pcornelissen
7 years ago
4 big and slow but opens "all" pdfs

paperclipguy
7 years ago
2 63MB?? For Real?? Can't even escape this stuff on linux. Acrobat's code is like a skyscraper built on top of a landfill, built on top of another landfill.

roguededguy
7 years ago
2 It's not fast or as stable as some other clients, but try filling out government tax forms without it.

Homitsu
7 years ago
2 It's old, fat and heavy. But sometimes you could need it.

roshan64
7 years ago
5 Good

mitanshugamer
7 years ago
1 crap. okalur is too much better

seifmint
7 years ago
5 Elisa

danirod
7 years ago
1 Why should I stop using my loved Evince and start using this non-free trash?

Ioseph
7 years ago
1 CPU hog. Much better stuff out there than this.

gorlaw
7 years ago
4 A bit of a resource hog

mactar
7 years ago
4 mactar c'est un soft pratique.

Le_Pat
7 years ago
4 Heavy perhaps, but the best in every respect

Derathor
7 years ago
1 I look for alternatives to the acroreader on EVERY platform. Its needlessly heavy for ANY system.Evince rocks! I even use it on my Windows 7 dual boot.This can only be useful if you REALLY need the extra features it brings.

numn
7 years ago
1 Im sorry but to find this here seems rather ironic ^^

rodolfo
7 years ago
3 Nice, but too heavy. You can do without.

Elisa
7 years ago
3 Good

wanda
7 years ago
1 Bhaaaaaa !.

historyb
7 years ago
5 Great

guv999
7 years ago
4 Never had any problems with this, does the job.

Xyie
7 years ago
4 I prefer evince, but I'd probably recommend this to new users already familiar with the software.

darrell09thomas
7 years ago
4 nice program and also free thanks acroread

akash211
7 years ago
3 a book looks better in adobe reader but it is not worth what space and resource it takes. evince and okular are much better.

xpert
8 years ago
5 Must have, best pdf reader with advanced features, great for productivity

JeanGrosJean
8 years ago
1 Evince, xpdf and Foxit for Linux, those are the three PDF readers I use. Acroread? Never!

PERCE-NEIGE
8 years ago
1 Everything but this horrible software, bugged, freezing, slow. Hey! There's free alternatives! You have the choice: Ghostscript, Xpdf, Sumatra, or addons for your browser (Foxit, etc..)

Wanderer
8 years ago
4 Works well for me. Second choice is Foxit Reader, it would be my first but some of the online forms my company uses experience difficulties with Foxit.

penguinuser
8 years ago
2 Doesn't work smoothly on 64-bit.

neoshock
8 years ago
4 must have

gioblack92
8 years ago
5 ottimo ma meglio preferire alternative open source

VeliciaL
8 years ago
1 Absolutely sluggish, my netbook barely runs it. Only use it for forms, unfortunately I haven't been able to find any other Linux reader that supports them.

adzik
8 years ago
3 Heavy, bloated and slow. But is needed if using some business documents with special forms, etc. Wouldn't use if didn't have to.

hellangel
8 years ago
1 same here

luisnando
8 years ago
1 Don't work properly

tihomir
8 years ago
3 Slow.Freezing from time to time.Use Evince instead.

pewamo357
8 years ago
5 i really like it

linux4test
8 years ago
1 too slow

Franzel
8 years ago
4 very large but is works

nebjak
8 years ago
2 To slow

tenshigo
8 years ago
5 Perfect visual quality.

jesica
8 years ago
3 dont really need it

NicolasRobidoux
8 years ago
5 robust printer interaction

akanashiro
8 years ago
3 Slooooow. We don't need it if we have Evince or Okular

emil_pavlov
8 years ago
1 very slow, okular is much better

oldnewboy
8 years ago
5 The best PDF reader!

akashtaker001
8 years ago
4 Heavy and bloated but no other useful alternative exists.

attack11
8 years ago
4 Essential for an x64 system.

Bluebird
8 years ago
4 Most populated

ashwinhgtx
8 years ago
1 Not required. Evince and Okular are better.

tamoghna4
8 years ago
3 more than 60 MB for a pdf reader! but works better than okular in a browser .

Khaled-Khalil
8 years ago
2 bloatware

Jac978
8 years ago
4 It is a good pdf reader.

nith_an
8 years ago
4 good till now

Dejmon
8 years ago
1 Absolutně nejhorší soft !!!!!

Zazama
8 years ago
4 Etwas zu langsam aber das beste in seiner Kategorie

na5h
8 years ago
3 Sorry, I didn't try to open multiple tabs (which doesn't seem to work too well). It appears to work just fine when opening a single document, though.

Celtique
8 years ago
1 failles, bugs c'est du adobe

limulus
8 years ago
1 Buggy, vulnerable, slow. Avoid like the plague.

Fuzzi99
8 years ago
1 worst app for reading .pdf even google chrome is better.

Melon_Bread
8 years ago
1 Crap, compared to other pdf readers

execellent23
8 years ago
4 more userfriendly so far....

amazingagain
8 years ago
4 the features are pretty impressive although just for basic reading and printing it would be better to go for a more basic reader as this is pretty slow , foxit reader in WINE is pretty good with tabs

satanatam
8 years ago
1 Looks like something alien

mikefreeman
8 years ago
3 The only PDF viewer I've found that can use tabs for different documents. Doesn't handle them nicely, though.

Ubutunix
8 years ago
1 Viel zu langsam und irgendwie uneffizient. Alternativen sind vorzuziehen.

svalbard
8 years ago
4 It may be bloated, but it supports tabs, which is worth it to me. On a decent system the bloat shouldn't be a huge concern.

artic112
8 years ago
2 Slow, looks like a bad port

linuxmint
8 years ago
3 It's ok but its really bloated. I would prefer other pdf readers.

haruspexed
8 years ago
2 only use if you really really need special functionality no other app provides

AndrewX192
8 years ago
2 Install it if you really *need* the extra functionality of Adobe Reader. Otherwise stay away from this program.

Harry
8 years ago
4 Install just for the better printout ability

farnaby
8 years ago
2 Fortunately, this heavy dinosaur becomes more and more dispensable. Still there are times when you might need it, because the open source alternatives fail.

hamburn
8 years ago
1 don't need Adobe

robertochile87
8 years ago
1 malo malo y no es gnu

bro3886
8 years ago
1 worst pdf reader

SeanBest
8 years ago
3 Runs great on my machine, prints much better than default reader, other than printing default reader is fine.

johngreth
8 years ago
4 Bloated, but prints better than the built in viewer

Xtigyro
8 years ago
2 functional but very slow and bloated

VICTOR360
8 years ago
1 we dont need this adobe unnecessarily bloated!

maty1206
8 years ago
1 What's this for? Are you joking me? Seriously, there is no reason for use a PDF destroyer like this. Close sourced and private software = Monopoly

distrohopper
8 years ago
2 With so many free and open source .pdf readers out there, there's really no need for this. I agree with Alexio, it's unnecessarily bloated.

Alexio
8 years ago
3 Very bloated and seems to eat resources for no real reason. It can offer a nice variety of features for reading, so it's a bit of a trade off.