Two Best PDF Reader Applications for Symbian S60 Mobiles

Symbian OS is not so lucky in case of good PDF readers. There are not many options for users because most of PDF readers are not working well. After reviewing many PDF viewer Symbian tools I have selected two good working PDF readers for Symbian S60.



It is an excellent tool works on sereis60 3rd and 5th both editions. This tool is free. It is a fast working PDF reader having advanced pro features.It is compatible to large PDF files. You can read any specific page i.e. you can jump to any page of PDF. You can search text in PDF file. It supports most of touch screen Symbian mobile phones. It is also available for iPhone and iPod touch.

Some example supported Phone Models

Nokia E72,Nokia N95,SAMSUNG i8910 HD,Nokia 5233(touch),Sony Ericsson Satio etc.

Download this Application

Adobe Reader LE


It is developed by Quick Office in collaboration with Adobe. It is not a free S60 application.It supports large PDF files. It works on Symbian S60 3rd and 5th versions.Besides English You can read PDF in French, Italian, German, and Spanish. It gives a cool experience of PDF reading on mobile phone with smooth scrolling,keyword search,zooming etc.

Some example supported Phone Models

Nokia N97,Samsung i8910,Nokia 5800 etc.

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  • Ingo March 15, 2011, 7:17 pm


    as far as the download page of PDF+ says, it is not free software, neither as in beer nor as in speech.

    So you have to pay at least somewhat around 5 USD for the software.

    Where did you have got the information from, that the software is free?

    If any previous version was free, would you please share that version?


  • [email protected] March 16, 2011, 10:22 am

    You are right and the application is no longer free but it was free when this post was written.