Adobe Acrobat Reader on Android gets Dropbox integration

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe has rolled out Dropbox integration for Acrobat Reader on Android. With the latest integration, people can now open PDF documents stored in Dropbox using the Adobe Acrobat Reader Android app.

Users will have to update and get latest versions of Acrobat Reader and Dropbox following which they can easily edit their PDFs from anywhere. They can electronically sign, highlight, annotate, or add comments to PDF files in Acrobat Reader mobile and all these changes will be automatically saved back to Dropbox. These updated documents can be shared using a Dropbox link or shared folder.

In addition, the update adds the ability for users to view file listing for linked accounts and even manage them. Adobe said that it has rolled out the integration as over 18 billion PDF files stored in Dropbox. The integration comes to Android months after it had landed on iOS in December with same functionality.

Play Link – Adobe Acrobat Reader and Dropbox


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