A file format created by Adobe Systems, initially to provide a standard form for storing and editing printed publishable documents. Because PDF documents can easily be viewed and printed by users on a variety of computer platforms, they are very common on the World Wide Web.
Adobe Reader eBooks are great for eBooks with pictures, special fonts, or complicated layouts as PDF's are supported by a large number of devices and can be read on both Windows and Macs operating systems.
Most Adobe Reader files are printable and provide support for pictures, graphics, and sound.
Viewing of PDF files requires Adobe Reader and is available for free download.
File Extension: .pdf
Digital Rights Management (DRM), Images, Sound, Interactivity, Bookmarking, Embedded Annotation Support, Single or Double Page View, Page Zooming
Macs, PC's, Palm, iRex iLiad, iRex DR1000, Sony Reader, Bookeen Cybook, BeBook, COOL-ER, Foxit eSlick, Amazon Kindle (1, 2, International & DX), Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iPad, and More
Free Adobe Reader eBooks:
Boy & His Mistress
In The Palm of Her Hand