egzthunder1 · Sep 22, 2012 at 08:00 pm

Move, Pin, and Send PDF Files on WP7 with PDF Move

Windows Phone 7 was a strike of pure beauty when it came out—fast, smooth, and highly responsive (even more so than Android and iOS depending on the device). However, Metro UI had a few (to put it in light terms) issues that prevented it from truly being a great interface. For example, the tile system does not really allow you to pin any individual files to them. Would it not be great to be able to open your PDF documents directly from the home screen without having to open adobe (or a file manager if you are interopunlocked)? If you are still planning on staying along with WP7, then you should check out what XDA Forum Member Bruce_X_Lee made for our devices.

PDF Move is an app that allows you to manipulate the pdf files located in the device’s Adobe Reader isostore. With this, you can easily pin any pdf document you want to the home screen, making it a very simple one-click task to open your favorite docs. On top of that, the app also allows you to move the files to the Office Hub itself. Having them stored there enables you to share the files via services such as Dropbox, Email, or even via WiFi and Bluetooth. This is particularly handy for those who are not able to install a file explorer on their phones.

Please take this for a spin if you normally use pdf files as part of your daily routine, and be sure to leave some feedback (and suggestions to make it better) for the dev.

Hi All I made this simple app that make it very easy to move PDF files from Adobe Reader’s IsoStore to Office Hub, from where they can be emailed as attachements.

You can find more information in the original thread.

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