How do our new HTML5 View Modes look on Android?

One of the key selling points of our PDF to HTML5 converter is that it allows you to have your PDF content natively supported on all recent mobile devices. Regardless of if your customer prefers iOS, Android, Windows Phone or Blackberry, they all have one thing in common – their default browsers natively support HTML5.

As we recently announced new view modes for our HTML5 conversion, it’s a perfect time to show off how well our PDF to HTML5 conversion works on mobile devices with some screenshots of Chrome in Android. I will even provide QR codes for the converted files so that you can quickly and easily test on your mobile device!

Single File Split Spread Mode:

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Single File Horizontal Mode:

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Single File Mode:

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Multi File Mode (default):

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Multi File Split Spread Mode:

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We have a lot of exciting updates, enhancements and optimisations planned for the future and we now also post updates and blog articles to Twitter, Facebook and Google+, so make sure to follow us to keep up to date on the latest news.

This post is part of our “Android Articles Index” series. In these articles, we aim to explore android in different ways. Have a look!

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Leon is a Developer at IDRsolutions, focusing mainly on development of the PDF to HTML5/SVG converter. He was a speaker at JavaOne 2012, co-presenting a session titled 'Lessons Learned in Writing a PDF-to-JavaFX Converter for NetBeans'.

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Leon is a Developer at IDRsolutions, focusing mainly on development of the PDF to HTML5/SVG converter. He was a speaker at JavaOne 2012, co-presenting a session titled 'Lessons Learned in Writing a PDF-to-JavaFX Converter for NetBeans'.

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