Adobe launches Document Cloud and Acrobat DC

Adobe has launched its new cloud offering, Document Cloud with a new version of Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Acrobat DC.

With Adobe Document Cloud user can manage documents at home, in the offices and across devices at anytime.

The company said Adobe Document Cloud is designed to address the waste and inefficiency associated with document based processes.

Acrobat DC features a new touch enabled interface and delivers e-signing capabilities for both Document Cloud and Creative Cloud with every subscription which allows users to electronically sign and send any document from any device.

The user can easily edit PDFs on mobile devices using the new tool center and can use the device camera and Adobe Photoshop magic to convert paper documents to digital.

e-singing provides Fill & Sign capability which makes signing anything fast and easy and also has autofill across devices.


With the Document Cloud, Adobe has introduced mobile apps for Mobile Link service which helps users to access files, settings and signatures with them as the user move between desktop and devices.

The two new mobile applications, Acrobat DC Mobile and Fill & Sign DC, user can create, edit, comment and sign documents directly from their mobile devices.

The new services such as Send & Track DC enables user to manage, track and control the documents while control features helps in protecting sensitive information.

Enterprises like healthcare and insurance, financial services, media and entertainment, government, and schools and universities can manage Document Cloud and Creative Cloud user accounts and licenses with single sign-on (SSO) in the Adobe Enterprise Dashboard.

Acrobat DC and Adobe Document Cloud are now available.  Acrobat DC Standard subscription is U.S. is available for $12.99 per month and user can have 30 day trial of Acrobat DC.

Few days ago Adobe launched a free app named Slate for iPad to help users to layout, design and publish content to any device.

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