Adobe Document Cloud

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Adobe Document Cloud
Adobe Document Cloud icon (2020).svg
Type of site
File hosting
OwnerAdobe Inc.
Current statusActive

Adobe Document Cloud is a free service from Adobe to store and share PDF files in the cloud and to access them on the go. The services also allows integration with Adobe tools to fill and sign forms electronically. The service offers 2GB of free storage. Its seamless integration with Mobile and Desktop apps creates an ecosystem where users can use their phone with apps such as Adobe Scan to take pictures of documents, convert them to PDFs, and upload and store them to the cloud. The files can be accessed from the webportal for Adobe Document Cloud as well as other Adobe applications such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.

This free service can be upgraded using paid subscriptions to allow the user to Create PDFs from electronic documents such as Microsoft Office documents, edit PDFs, protect documents using passwords, create fillable forms, and to collect feedback and signatures.