OneReader by PompolutZ is a free PDF Reader app that can be installed on any Windows Phone 8. One of its unique features is that, unlike the Adobe PDF Reader or Microsoft’s PDF Reader apps, PompolutZ’s OneReader allows you to share the actual PDF files that are stored within its file system (also referred to as its “sandbox”) as email attachments sent from the phone or by transferring the file to another device via Bluetooth connection.
Here’s a couple of screenshots
When I open up the OneReader app, I see all of the files I’ve opened and stored within the app’s sandbox. One momReader can be used to open PDF, XPS and CBZ files. You can see that I have 3 PDF files and 1 XPS file currently stored on my phone.
I press and hold my finder on a PDF file I want to share (in this example it is the CR Inventory Reconciliation.PDF file). Then I tap the “share” option from the menu that pops up.
I can share the file by first uploading it to OneDrive and getting a line (similar to the Microsoft PDF Reader app), by emailing the file directly from my phone as an attachment, or by sending via Bluetooth to another Bluetooth connected device.
If you choose the E-mail option, you’ll have to add the email account you want to use to send the email from.
If you choose to share the file via Bluetooth, you’ll be prompted to select from a list of devices that you’ve paired to the phone in the past.
Select the file you want to send the file to and then tap the OK button shown below.