Adobe partneres with Dropbox to make editing Document Cloud easy

By | October 13, 2015


Adobe has partnered with Dropbox to make working with PDF files that are stored in the cloud easier. Adobe has launched multiple new features for Adobe Document Cloud. This new partnership of Adobe allows users of Adobe Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader to access and edit the PDF files stored on Dropbox cloud directly from the apps.

If people make changes to the PDF documents via web, desktop or the Acrobat apps, the new edited document will automatically be saved to the Dropbox. This means, there is no restriction on where and how you are making changes to the documents, as it will automatically sync to the Dropbox. You will just have to connect your Dropbox account to Adobe apps.

This new partnership also allows users to browse the files in Dropbox and open the file in compatible Adobe app. You can also edit, comment, markup and e-sign the files based on your needs. PDF is most commonly used document format for string files in the cloud based storage service. This is evident that the company is making some changes, so that users can get better experience.

This new feature will roll out for desktop users from today, while iOS integration will roll out in the coming months. Android users will have to wait a little longer, as this new PDF editing feature will roll out next year.