Q: Do you have a PDF viewer that can be integrated in an Android application?
Depending on your Android application, we have 3 products that can be used to integrate a PDF viewer into an application on Android:
qPDF Toolkit Qoppa’s Android toolkit contains a simple View QPDFViewerView to display PDF documents as well as a more advanced View, QPDFNotesView, that can also annotate PDF documents, digitally sign them and fill interactive PDF forms. This toolkit runs on the Android device itself to render PDF documents on the client-side. There is no connection to any server needed, everything happens on the Android device. PDF documents are not converted to a different format but rendered directly using all the PDF drawing commands. This is the technology that is being used on our Android apps, qPDFViewer and qPDFNotes that are available from the Google Play.
PDF Automation Server: This is an easy-to-install server that can run on your web server to convert PDF documents to HTML5 on the server side and serve them to any browser on any platform (including IOS, Android, Windows, Mac, Linux, etc…). Try our live demo here.
jPDFWeb: This is a Java Library that can convert PDF documents to HTML5 / SVG but you will have to do some programming to integrate this library on your server in order to serve PDF documents to any browser on any platform (including IOS, Android, Windows, Mac, Linux, etc…). Try our HTML5 PDF Viewer demo.