Adobe Acrobat Reader for Chrome OS

Will Adobe release a version of their Adobe Acrobat Reader for Chrome OS?
We are currently experiencing problems with our clients that are unable to open certificate encrypted and signed PDFs with their built-in Chrome OS PDF viewer (certificate to decrypt the PDF is provided separately to the client).
If anybody has a workaround or the solution for this problem, then please respond.

Isn't Chrome OS just another Android?  Can you try to install the Android version of Adobe Reader:

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