Adobe is making it easier to work with PDF files stored in the cloud, thanks to a new partnership with Dropbox that connects users of the Acrobat PDF editing and viewing products with documents stored in the cloud storage firm’s online locker. Starting Tuesday, users will be able to link their Dropbox accounts with Adobe’s Acrobat Reader and Acrobat DC desktop apps, and then edit any PDFs they have stored in Dropbox’s cloud from Acrobat, without having to go digging for the right file.
On the desktop, that doesn’t seem like much of a bonus, since it’s already possible to open files from a Dropbox folder that’s stored on a user’s computer with those apps. However, the companies will soon be rolling out an integration for iOS so mobile users who would otherwise have to flip between different apps in order to open their files won’t need to.
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