Adobe Reader Touch app gets PDF editing feature, Shazam app also updated


Adobe Reader Touch app

For those of you who use the Adobe Reader Touch app on Windows 8 or Windows RT, there is now an update available that enables you to fill and save PDF forms. The popular Shazam app has also been updated with minor bug fixes.

“Adobe Reader is the free, trusted leader for reliably viewing and interacting with PDF documents across platforms and devices. Adobe Reader Touch has been specially designed for the new Windows 8 Touch user interface to give you a great experience working with PDF documents on your Windows 8 Tablet. Adobe Reader Touch works with a keyboard and mouse, but desktop users with keyboard and mouse may prefer to install and use Adobe Reader XI,” the app description reads.

According to the app’s change log, you can now fill and save PDF forms. You can also change the color of the highlight, underline, and strikeout text markup. The Shazam app, on the other hand, has also been updated. The change log simply indicates that there were minor bug fixes in this latest release. 

“Shazam is the quickest and easiest way to discover more about music, TV and ads. Hold your phone up to the music or TV to identify a track, buy it, share it, watch the video, get the lyrics and more,” the Shazam app description reads.

Hit the download link below to snag both apps. Let us know in the comments below if you notice any new features or improvements.