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Helle, I have a .pdf file and I want to open it in my Adobe reader but Ifile don't give me the option to "open in Adobe reader". I could copy the file and move to the documents folder of Adobe Reader but it is very annoying to so that every time. So can I manually add a specific app to the "open in" option of a specific file typ (e.g. .pdf)? Or can I change the "Open in" menu that I can See a complete list of all my installed apps and choose one of them?

Please help me :) iPhone 4s - iOS 8.1.2

Kind regards Jeff

P.S. Sorry for bad english I'm from Germany...

asked 21 Dec '14, 17:17

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If you move all your PDF files to a directory in iFile, you can browse and open them from there. Otherwise there is no way for Adobe to automatically detect all PDF files on the device. Plus iFile comes with a PDF viewer so you don't even need Adobe that way.


answered 21 Dec '14, 17:43

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edited 21 Dec '14, 17:43

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