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Adobe adds Dropbox to simplify PDF access

Adobe has teamed up with Dropbox to integrate their applications and services on mobile devices, desktop, and the web for better access to content stored as PDF files.

The partnership will allow users to add their Dropbox account to Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader desktop apps, which will allow users to open PDFs stored in Dropbox from directly inside Adobe.

Dropbox users will now be able to open, edit, and save changes to PDF documents in the Adobe apps directly from the Dropbox website and app.

The integration is beneficial to both Adobe and Dropbox users as now they can view and take additional actions on PDF files stored in their Dropbox Basic, Pro and Dropbox for Business accounts, and all the changes made will be saved to Dropbox.

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Adobe Document Cloud senior vice president Kevin M. Lynch said: "The requirements of our customers have constantly evolved over time; today, mobile has become the rule and people expect to complete work quickly and simply wherever and whenever they need.

"Our work with Dropbox, as our first file sync and share partner, will help Adobe Document Cloud customers and people around the world be more productive with the documents at the center of their daily lives."


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