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Is there any PDF reader in the market that has text wrap functionality?
What I'm talking about is the way text wraps when you zoom-in on a webpage.

Most of the PDFs are meant to be read on a computer monitor, so a line of text in a PDF document is too long for a small phone screen. And scrolling horizontally for each line is too much of a pain.

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I am pretty sure Mantano Reader and ezPDF do this as well. I recommend the former though.

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Mantano Reader has the text wrapping feature I was looking for. Thanks for the suggestion @Ayman –  Kiran Jan 26 '12 at 3:47

Adobe's Reader for Android has the Text reflow feature that you're looking for.

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Adobe's Reader has one major problem: it shows current page number in top left corner for a few secs when page switching, which disrupts your reading flow (you have to wait to see the text behind the page number); they should have put the number on the bottom of the screen. I also don't like the way it splits a single page in multiple pages instead of creating one long column per page through which you could scroll vertically. –  Thalberg Sep 29 '11 at 21:26

The viewer that's part of ThinkFree Office has a "reading view" that does this, and it's easy to toggle between that and the regular page view.

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