Adobe has released Adobe Reader for Pocket PC 2.0, a free application that allows users to view Adobe PDF files.
The latest version allows users to enter data into forms and wirelessly submit it. When working offline, the data is temporarily stored, then submitted once a connection is established.
Forms can also be submitted by e-mail or directly to the destination server using a cradle or cable.
The new version of Adobe Reader for Pocket PC allows users to read ebooks in PDF format.
In addition, it can display slide shows generated by Adobe Photoshop Album software in portrait or landscape mode.
HP iPAQ users can print PDF files directly from a handheld device to a printer via Bluetooth.
This free application can be downloaded from the Adobe web site.
Thanks to Pocket PC Thoughts for the tip.