Best Document / PDF Reader for Java Mobiles

After the evolution of smartphone and tablet computers, people have started to recycle their Java mobiles. Mainly, due to large number of applications available for iOS and Android, people started to focus their eye on these products. Not only for the quantity of the available apps but also due to quality applications that are available in the market. But still, due to cost and simplicity, some people choose Java based mobiles. After the popularity of Samsung’s Java Mobiles and Nokia’s series 40 and 60 mobiles, some of the mobile developers have developed applications for mobile like PDF Reader for Java Mobiles.

The growth and development of Java mobiles have not been stopped yet, though the smartphone has got more impact on people. Some people care about simplicity and usage. They choose a Java mobiles as they just use a mobile for voice calling and SMS. Sometimes, such people might require PDF files to open their documents and PDF files. Now, some of the applications are available to run PDF files on your Java mobile. The application comes in JAR format.

Java PDF Reader

Usually, we use Adobe Reader in smartphones and computers. But still, when we go out, and if a situation comes to read some PDF files or documents, you need a PDF Reader in your Laptop or Tablet or you have to approach the nearby Internet cafe. What if, you don’t see a Internet cafe nearer or if you don’t have any portable computers. Most of the time, we won’t we missing our mobile phones. So, the situation becomes easier when your Java mobile allows you to open PDF files.

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Do you think that Java mobiles have smaller screen where you can’t view documents comfortably? Yes, but some of the applications have a feature to zoom in the document. This can give the users a good readability.

#1 eZReader DOC PDF Lite

eZReader DOC PDF Lite is a freeware which runs on latest Java mobiles. The application runs without any interruptions. The application is available for download at Nokia Store and supports in Nokia mobiles and basically, it is designed for series 40 mobiles. It supports PDF and Microsoft Office .DOC/ .DOCX format. The app also lets images and text styles to appear on your phone. We rate this as a number one Java application not only because it supports Microsoft Word documents and PDF documents but also the app stands stable on the phone.

eZReader DOC PDF Lite

#2 Mobile PDF

A developer named Sabbir Xohan has developed this application. I tried this application with my basic Java mobile. It really worked fine. The application was not that much stable like eZReader but was able to open my PDF document without any disturbances.

Download Links:
eZReader DOC PDF Lite
Mobile PDF

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6 thoughts on “Best Document / PDF Reader for Java Mobiles”

  1. I already installed the mobile application but when I’m opening one of my ebooks in PDF format it always says that “can’t load document.” Is there any settings that I should use to set my PDF file. Really appreciate any help. Thanks!

    1. How about your phone make and model number? See that the phone fits on your mobile perfectly with your phone’s configuration. Usually Java mobiles have less memory. Try opening small file sized PDF for testing. If it works, then your phone’s memory doesn’t is not sufficient to open such large sized file.

  2. yo descarque esa apliacaion pero no se como se pasan los documentos ahi.. cada vez que subo documentos o que descargo se guardan en carpetas que no lo abren, y al momento de mover algun documento para ponerlo en la aplicacion no se puede, solo hay un documento de word que n se como llego estar ahi… por favor si serias tan amble de responder mi pregnta para poder usarlo te lo agradeceria mucho

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