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Good news everyone! The wait forAdobe Document Cloud and Acrobat DC is now over.
The document cloud includes anall newAcrobat DC, the ability to e-sign documents, and document management & control that keeps track of your documents and protects your privacy. The software works with Adobe's new appAdobe Acrobat DCmobile app, whichlets you transfer information from your desktop to your phone or ipad and then edit, organize, and export.
“The response to Adobe Document Cloud has been incredibly positive and inspiring,” said Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president of Technology and Corporate Development at Adobe, in a press release. “Clearly, we have struck a chord, as we set out to alleviate document distress for both enterprise workers and individual consumers. With Document Cloud, we are revolutionizing how people get work done with documents, and our customers are applauding the move.”
You can downloadAdobe Acrobat DC Mobile on the App Store for free.
Adobe has announced the new Adobe Document Cloud: a document organizer for all your assorted paperwork. Forget the mess and hassle of the papers and files strewn about your desk, Adobe will collect up your school permission slips, health insurance forms, bills, and more.
“People and businesses are stuck in document-based processes that are slow, wasteful, and fragmented. While most forms of content have successfully made the move to digital (books, movies, music), documents and the process of working with them have not, and that needs to change,” said Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president of Technology and Corporate Development at Adobe, in a press release. “Adobe Document Cloud will revolutionize and simplify how people get work done with critical documents.”
Adobe Document Cloud will include Acrobat DC, which will allow you to convert any paper document into a digital, editable file and includes E-signing and Mobile Link that will let you take your documents on the go. You'll be able to access your work between desktop and mobile devices using a host of mobile apps. As a bonus, you'll also be able to convert paper documents to electronic ones by using your mobile device's camera as a scanner. The program will even let you track the documents you've sent to see who has opened them and when.
Adobe Document Cloud and Acrobat DC will be available next month, but you can subscribe to Acrobat today for $14.99/month to automatically receive them as soon as they are available.
Reinventing ReadddleDocs as a whole new app, Documents by Readdle promises to be a fantastic, free way to manage and view Office documents, movies, photos, PDFs and books on your iPad.
Amazing attention to details, unmatched stability and design differs Documents from any app you have on the iPad. You will use it constantly, at home, office, university or on the road, every single day.
Documents is the most capable application on your iPad. It replaces a document viewer, pdf reader, download manager, music player, "read it later" and bunch of other applications as THE one elegant app.
When it was originally reviewed, ReaddleDocs was regarded as a brilliant file viewer offering some impressive document management capabilities. It's an app that opens mostly anything anyone could ever want, from MS Office based files to Apple iWork files and the likes of MS Visio, PDFs and a variety of different images. Accessing the files is just as easy with the option to access files from PCs, web sites, email attachments, iDisk, Dropbox and numerous other methods. Now in its Version 3.0 form, ReaddleDocs promises to be even better.
Many new features are included in this iteration. Users can now search from within MS Office, TXT and RTF files. Everything is much speedier to use with the PDF and TXT viewer in particular being both faster and more stable to use. Underline and strikeout annotations have also been added for PDF files. The Image Viewer is also faster to load large pictures. Users can now view Open Office Writer files via ReaddleDocs. The MP3 player now supports playlists and a background mode as well as other more subtle features. There's even a much needed RAR unarchiver bundled in.
The UI for ReaddleDocs has been completely redesigned and promises to be much more intuitive to use. A new 'Recents' section ensures it's easy to consult previously opened files quickly. The built-in browser has been similarly improved with the ability to access bookmarks from the browser start page and a Google search field making things easier to use.
Last but not least, Network Protocol improvements have been implemented with the ability to sync FTP and SFTP servers with the iPad and everything generally working much faster.
In all, ReaddleDocs promises over 300 fixes and improvements. It's great to see already excellent apps improved even more and that's certainly the case here. ReaddleDocs's update is available now.