The suggestion from the user "kanagucdm" was helpful to me.
Nokia Reading is the best app when reading a PDF in Windows Phone.
How to download:
In the Windows Phone settings change the region to UK.
Restart the phone
Go to the Store and download the app 'Nokia Reading'
Place your PDF ...
Currently there is now way to choose default apps for file types in windows 10. But in build 14393 it was fixed and now when you are to open a pdf file from File Explorer with Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in your phone, you will see this screen where you can select the Adobe reader to open the pdf file.
Most likely Adobe Reader does not keep the copy of the PDFs. It just keeps the most recent list. You can copy your pdfs to any place on your phone and open them via the Adobe Reader app. The most obvious place is the Documents folder on your phone. Copy the files there from the PC using the USB connection. To browse the folders on Windows Phone you need an ...
Unfortunately, this is not something that is possible at this time on Windows Phone. It's not just the .pdf readers on Windows Phone that do not have text re-flow- even Internet Explorer on Windows Phone does not have this feature.
There are a whole bunch of feature suggestions provided here on the official Microsoft "User Voice" site surrounding the text-...
This is because in Google services, pdf files are opened as a preview within the website by their services and is not displayed by the browser. It appears as a pop-up in the websites. This is similar to a web app. Microsoft Edge mobile version cannot render that type of web pages it seems.
The best way is to download the pdf and view it Edge or in another ...
Adobe always saves the files, if you open them again you need to replace them..
This is just so that you can read them later without internet connection
Just open Adobe and see the files you have there
See this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4077675/windows-10-update-kb4077675
They know they broke it, say they will fix it.
FWIW, I have been using the free Adobe PDF reader; it has a few features not present in the browser - you can search for text - but you have to download the file first, which doesn't always work, depending on how a site ...
I could not open the pdf through adobe reader, however it opens though Microsoft edge in Windows phone.
So I did
Create a folder inside document folder in sd card or phone.
Move pdfs to this folder.
Open adobe reader - SD card/phone - document.
Enjoy reading through adobe reader
Part1 (adding non cloud aware printer to list of google printers)
This can be done either by Chrome browser or Cloud Print Service
Installing one of the following apps on your phone and linking them to your google account.
No, Amazon's Kindle Personal Document Service, which includes the Send-to-Kindle functionality, is currently not supported on Windows Phone. It's only available for hardware Kindle devices as well as Android and iOS devices.