Acrobat Reader on iOS gets OneDrive support

Laurent Giret

Popular PDF reader app Acrobat Reader has just received an update on iOS devices. The app has been bumped to version 16.08.09, and the new update brings the ability to open files from various cloud storage services such as Microsoft OneDrive, Apple iCloud drive, Dropbox and more. You can see the full changelog below:

  • Connect to storage providers with More Locations: Select, open, and save documents stored in iCloud Drive and other document storage providers like Box, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive.
  • Bug fixes.

According to our own testing, it seems that while Dropbox is directly featured in the app’s drop down menu, other cloud storage services are accessible by tapping the “more locations” button which then opens the iOS file picker.

Other cloud storage services are found hidden in "More Locations".
Other cloud storage services are found hidden in “More Locations”.

Overall, this is a nice update that makes the app more useful if you have many PDFs stored on cloud storage services. You can download the app on your iPhone or iPad from the download link below.

‎Adobe Acrobat Reader: Edit PDF
‎Adobe Acrobat Reader: Edit PDF