Adobe discontinued their PDF reader software for Linux several years ago (but continues to maintain the version for Android?!). If I need to fill in a "fillable" PDF form now, I have to load it onto my (old, slow) tablet, and fight with the onscreen keyboard or the 80% USB keyboard, deal with tapping a fat finger to place the cursor and Android's not-very-intuitive methods of selecting/copying/pasting text, and so forth. Last time I tried to install Adobe Reader for Windows, I found Wine wasn't really ready for it.
I haven't seen any PDF readers that run in Ubuntu that will fill forms -- is there a good form-filling PDF reader for Ubuntu, or a way to either run the Android version of Adobe Reader on an Ubuntu system or make the Windows Reader work well with Wine?
My primary concern is for my laptop, which is on 16.04 LTS Mate, but I'd secondarily prefer if the solution also works on my desktop machine, still on Kubuntu 14.04 LTS.
My search for an existing answer turned up this question -- but it's six years old. Is there a newer answer, or can anyone confirm that the answers there are still valid?