You can read DRM-free PDF documents with ease from your phone. Download Javelin PDF Reader 3.0.1 Free For Android 2.2 or higher (Version 3.0.1) The above is available for both Android and Apple iOS devices. For Windows platforms, it needs to be installed separately. For Android users, it has been made standalone version of the app with an option to download only the PDF for your device via the store application. Javelin 3 for Android Javelin3 for iOS Javelin3 for iPhone The app has just started and works well. However, the software lacks a scanner mode that offers support for scanning documents in the background without interrupting your workflow. For example, in Windows, you would want to open your PDF file and then scan, edit and print similarly. You can see this limitation on the product page. As mentioned above, you must also purchase the additional upgrade to get the scanner mode. I have been using the product for several months and found it to be a good performer for the price; you can read my review here. Javelin3 for iPad I have not been using the app for long but love the feature set. The scanner can be enabled by accessing the software settings and clicking on the scan button, then going to the list of Scanning Options and enabling Scanning. It works fairly well, though it can be a little slow, as it takes the longest to scan a PDF due to the scanning itself. This is likely a result of having to scan in a random direction, as the scan progress bar slows as you turn, until it stabilizes. A good thing is that you can download a PDF using the product, then open it for reading and review. There are a lot of interesting features such as being able to print your PDF to the device via Wi-Fi, which would be nice for taking it to the office or to share via e-mail or social media. If you're not interested in using the app for PDFs, you can find the full collection of Drumlin PDF readers on the website here. I have a lot of friends in the security community, and they are starting to ask me if I think Javelin has a place in this field, so I thought I would share my perspective of the software, and my experiences using it.