Adobe Acrobat Reader for Linux
Linux users are in dire need of a PDF reader and editor ever since Adobe discontinued the Adobe Reader (version 9.x) for Linux!
None of the currently available (free or proprietary) PDF readers for Linux has proper support for annotating and commenting PDF files. Filling forms and signing documents is also only rudimentary supported by some of the currently available PDF readers for Linux.
Thus, this is a request to revive Linux support for the latest Adobe Reader as well as the full Adobe Acrobat suite.
We need acrobat Reader in Linux
Didier Loiseau commented
I need Adobe Reader on Ubuntu because it is the only tool that allows signing PDF’s.
I’m using a Belgian ID card to sign them.
I need Adobe Reader DC on Ubuntu, because it's the only pdf reader who can open and fill pfd files with forms (xml embeeded).
I am forced to use Windows only for this application: Adobe Reader.
Maybe there is a way to create a payed version of Adobe Reader for Linux users.
the reader should have java script support and something that replaces flash for video content