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Adobe Acrobat DC

Adobe Acrobat keeps you connected to your team with simple workflows across desktop, mobile, and web — no matter where you’re working.

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Avg rating of 3.7 (9)| 10 comments
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Adobe Acrobat DC Features

  1.  Fill PDF FormsAdobe Acrobat DC supports forms in PDF files.
  2.  PDF annotationAdobe Acrobat DC support PDF Annotation for highlighting, notes etc
  3.  Cloud SyncSync your data (notes, documents, bookmarks, etc.) across your different devices and to the cloud.
  4.  Sign PDF filesAdobe Acrobat DC support signing a PDF document digitally on a touch screen etc.
  5.  Combine PDFCombine, merge and arrange PDF files into one document.
  6.  Split PDF filesAdobe Acrobat DC can split PDF files into multiple documents.

Adobe Acrobat DC information

  • Developed byAdobe
  • LicensingProprietary and Commercial product.
  • PricingSubscription that costs between $16 and $18.
  • RatingAverage rating of 3.7
  • Alternatives266 alternatives listed

Supported Languages

  • English

Our users have written 10 comments and reviews about Adobe Acrobat DC, and it has gotten 190 likes

Adobe Acrobat DC was added to AlternativeTo by Joz on and this page was last updated . Adobe Acrobat DC is sometimes referred to as Acrobat, Adobe Acrobat, Acrobat DC, Acrobat Pro.

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android037
  
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I really hate Adobe and its privacy policies and so many, many things. But I have to admit their newest versions of Adobe Acrobat DC (Pro) are far beyond everyone else, especially with their mobile apps. The only way to get privacy with them is by becoming a paying customer. Word of advice., I was going to get rid of them because the price was too high, but if you get down to the very end of cancellation, they may offer you an annual deal that is decent on the monthly side, and then after the first year, no more annual lock-in.

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ryandalton670
  
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Makes it easy to edit PDFs, best solution I've found

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Anamon
  
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I just saw the current pricing for Acrobat DC, and I'm not even sure if Adobe are just pulling our legs at this point. They're asking $30/mt. for the full package. Given the generally abysmal quality of the software, that might be somewhat justifiable for a lifetime license. But a monthly recurring fee? They have to be kidding. Acrobat is outclassed and outperformed by pretty much every third-party offering out there, and I don't think any of them exceed $200 for a one-time payment (excluding major upgrades, of course). You'll have spent more than that on Acrobat after half a year, and in return you'll get to deal with the many bugs, poor rendering performance, faulty printing integration, and Adobe's ironic inability to properly support their own document format. The number of PDF compatibility issues I see whenever I use Acrobat DC at work, is very amazing compared to the relative robustness of third-party tools.

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I agree with removed user the pricing model is terrible. but its 15$. I found no bugs but interface turned out not great

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ab1
  
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Slightly worse results than iLovePDF icon iLovePDF.

Sometimes online Adobe Acrobat will convert much better than 7-Zip.
Sometime online Adobe Acrobat will convert slightly worse than 7-Zip.

You should definitely try your compressor after Adobe Acrobat.

Definitely not the best tool as advertised, but a good tool.

https://www.adobe.com/acrobat/online/compress-pdf.html

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sgsuk
  
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As an PDF-editor - no problems 5 stars. As a PDF viewer - terrible staff. It just all the time try to stretch the document on full screen. Which makes it impossible to read.

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maxcarter
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I needed this product for one task, so i got the free trial. It did what i needed it to fine, then i was convinced i did what i needed to to cancel the trial. 3 months later, i figure out it wasn't cancelled. There were 3 $15 bills i hadn't noticed. This would be stupid enough of me on its own, but in the contract that you've got to sign to get a free trial for this program, you're roped into an ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP. If you want to cancel before the annual membership expires, you have to pay a $29.98 CANCELLATION FEE. If you need this product for your work, it seems to be functionally solid, but don't let this company STEAL YOUR MONEY because they will do just that if you let them.

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Caplan
  
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From a simple PDF reader Acrobat evolved to an unbearable software that tries to much to achieve too little. It even fails at the simplest of its tasks: open PDF documents. Every now and then it forces us to sign in again - always at the worst possible time: it needs the passwords, the phone number, an SMS code... This is not a joke, and all of this to open my own document on my own computer. On top of that it runs an insane amount of tasks 24/7 to do god knows what. And do not forget the Adobe Cloud, the last useless piece of this software which on top of consuming resources, confuses users of our company that are supposed to use Office365. As soon as we find a simple alternative, we are out.

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