Adobe Reader and YouTube plugin for Windows Phone 7 released

Adobe’ PDF reader for Windows Phone 7 and the YouTube plug-in have now been released on the Zune Marketplace. For what I can see the Adobe Reader is not the one that was announced a few days ago (I’m guessing that the X version will come later this year) but should get the job done. On the other had the YouTube Plug-in (yeah I’m not callingthis an app..) will probably disappoint some users. As previously seen this plug-in allows YouTube content embedded in web-pages, mails and sms to be played back in the native WP7 video player (and then integrate recentlyviewedvideos in the music & video hub).Unfortunately this doesn’t seem to be a full blown YouTube application (to watch non-embedded YouTube videos the user will have to navigate to the mobile.YouTube site with the IE browser..).

Adobe Reader X PDF reader for Windows Phone 7 announced

I have to admit that I was a bit worried about the lack of PDF support in Windows Phone 7 but Adobe has thankfully cleared the situation today with the announcement of Acrobat X for desktop PC and and Adobe Reader X for  Windows Phone 7 , Android and Blackberry. One thing that will be interesting to know is ; how are we supposed to load PDF files on our Windows Phone 7 devices? Only via mail attachment I guess? Will the reader be integrated in the the web browser so that when we click on a link pointing to a PDF file the application will automatically launch? Hopefully we will know soon enough. Also note that Acrobat X includes Microsoft Sharepoint integration and Word & Excell exports. Press Release after the break:

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