Adobe® Content Viewer

Adobe® Content Viewer

By Adobe Inc.

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2010-09-13
  • Current Version: 32.6.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 40.00 MB
  • Developer: Adobe Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 1,004 Ratings


Preview interactive, richly designed digital publications created using the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.    After designing publication layouts using Adobe InDesign and publishing them, designers can preview content from the Distribution Service of the Digital Publishing Suite using the Adobe Content Viewer for iOS prior to submitting content for sale to Apple via in-app payments.



  • Can only view stuff in adobe cloud

    By tihuashi
    Which makes this app useless
  • Does not let me login

    By NYCDC
    This is a piece of c**p. I tried signing in with my Adobe credentials and it says authentication failed which is stupid because I just logged in to their website using the same info.
  • Unstable, bug, won’t allow sign in

    By Ilana Hope
    The app won’t even let me sign in to my adobe account... all my other apps let me and I know the pass is correct. So stupid
  • Great

    By Tdmfanboy101
  • Doesn't work

    By Opus1lover
    It wont recognize my adobe ID
  • Cannot login!

    By o_z_ge
    Keeps saying auth error! Not saw a single photo yet!
  • Sign in broken...

    By Jack the Giant Killer
    So is this app dead or what?
  • I couldn't

    By Mariana667
    Pass the authentication. 👃
  • Works Great!

    By Grafx Media
    After reading all the reviews I was worried this wasn't going to work. Good thing I downloaded the app, and not stray away due to the reviews. App works great and it uploaded all my folios without issues. I will continue to test my apps and this app to see if there are any bugs, and update my review.
  • Doesn't work at all

    By Baba ganuche
    If you try to log in it won't recognize your password/information, and you need to login to Adobe for it to work. Huge bummer, the one for Photoshop works perfectly in comparison (Adobe preview) wish it was at least that good.