Last year Adobe released 7 flash games into the appstore, and this year they will bring around 2 million flash developers to the iPhone platform. But they don’t stop there. They just release Acrobat for the iPhone for free in the appstore.
The app is created by scanR, and works with an existing Acrobat.com account to give users a way to share and view documents. Users can also fax documents from the app, and iPhone 3GS owners can take photos of documents for addition to their Acrobat.com account.
Acrobat.com for the iPhone is free in the appstore, BUT you can only scan up to 5 pages or fax 2 pages for free, all additional scanning or faxes must be purchased separately through in-app purchase.
At the moment, the app does not support web conferences nor online office applications. If you want to use that you will still have to visit Acrobat.com . Let’s see what iPhone OS 4.0 will bring us…