Adobe officially removed the pdf Reader download link for Linux from their site. Here we have listed down a list of PDF readers alternatives to adobe pdf reader for Ubuntu/Linux.

evince

It is default pdf reader for almost all major Ubuntu releses. It has almost all the available features needed for a pdf reader. A quick look at the features:

  • Multipage View and print support.
  • Support for PostScript, XPS files, DjVu files, DVI files.
  • Table of content and hypertext navigation support.
  • Searching and copyping text.

How to Install
Launch via Software Center:
From Terminal: sudo apt-get install evince

qpdfview


qpdfview is also a popular document viewer having tabbed browsing, simple graphical interface. It uses poppler library for PDF rendering. DjVu and PostScript formats supported via plugins.

How to Install
Launch via Software Center:
From Terminal: sudo apt-get install qpdfview
Official Website: launchpad.net/qpdfview

xpdf


This is one of the oldest pdf reader available in Linux. Thus the GUI is backdated. But it does all the basic work and it is fast.

How to Install
Launch via Software Center:
From Terminal: sudo apt-get install xpdf
Official Website: www.foolabs.com/xpdf


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