Sunday , August 19 2018

Adobe and Dropbox have today announced a new level of integration, with Adobe Acrobat for Android now able to edit PDFs stored in Dropbox.

The function was brought to desktops, as well as iOS last year, but today Android users can now edit PDFs in Dropbox on the go. The potential reach of this additional functionality is pretty large, with Adobe seeing over 300 million installs of Acrobat Reader on Android devices.

The function is open to all Dropbox Pro and Business customers as well as those using the free Dropbox Basic service.


To start using the new option, you’ll have to ensure that your Adobe Acrobat for Android and Dropbox apps have been updated to the latest version through Google Play. Both Adobe and Dropbox report that the update is ready for download now, so check for updates then try it out.

Developer: Dropbox, Inc.
Price: Free+
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Developer: Adobe
Price: Free+
Source: Dropbox, and Adobe.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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