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Acrobat DC compatibility w/ tablets

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Aug 04, 2019

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I would like to use my Acrobat DC on a tablet such as a Samsung Galaxy. Does the Android OS give me the capability to use Acrobat DC to the fullest extent (especially marking up, enlarging PDFs and emailing said changes)? Or does the Android OS have limitations?

Thank you in advance.

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Acrobat is not available for mobile devices. Acrobat Reader is, and it does allow some basic operations such as adding comments, sharing a PDF file, etc., either in the application directly or via a browser, if you have a subscription for PDF Pack.

For more details see: Acrobat mobile app, PDF reader for iPad, iPhone, Android | Adobe Document Cloud

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Acrobat DC compatibility w/ tablets

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I would like to use my Acrobat DC on a tablet such as a Samsung Galaxy. Does the Android OS give me the capability to use Acrobat DC to the fullest extent (especially marking up, enlarging PDFs and emailing said changes)? Or does the Android OS have limitations?

Thank you in advance.

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Acrobat is not available for mobile devices. Acrobat Reader is, and it does allow some basic operations such as adding comments, sharing a PDF file, etc., either in the application directly or via a browser, if you have a subscription for PDF Pack.

For more details see: Acrobat mobile app, PDF reader for iPad, iPhone, Android | Adobe Document Cloud

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Acrobat is not available for mobile devices. Acrobat Reader is, and it does allow some basic operations such as adding comments, sharing a PDF file, etc., either in the application directly or via a browser, if you have a subscription for PDF Pack.

For more details see: Acrobat mobile app, PDF reader for iPad, iPhone, Android | Adobe Document Cloud

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Hello,

In order to use Acrobat on Samsung Galaxy, you can install the Adobe Acrobat Reader application from Play Store or from Samsung Galaxy store.  It supports viewing PDFs, adding comments, edit PDF, form filling, create and export PDF, sharing a PDF etc. For more details see: Acrobat mobile app, PDF reader for iPad, iPhone, Android | Adobe Document Cloud

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Adobe Acrobat Team

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Aug 08, 2019

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You are able to download and install the  Adobe Reader DC free app in your mobile device. To save a local copy, fill the form, and be able to sign you also need to download Adobe Fill & Sign (free app) and install into your mobile device.

While the Adobe Reader DC is  limited to opening and reading PDF files, in order to create, edit and enhance PDF files to the full extent you need Adobe Acrobat Pro DC (paid subscription).

You can create forms and documents with the Acrobat version from a Mac or desktop computer, then save to be used in mobile devices  with the Reader DC version.

You can also try other Adobe apps like Adobe Spark, Adobe XD (in combination with other products) which will allow you to possibly turn a document into a mobile app if that is what you are really asking.

Android does not have a limitation in this regard, but just like any other operating system always update to the latest version, including all the other installed apps.

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correction:

I meant with the Acrobat Reader mobile App , not Acrobat Reader DC when I said: "You are able to download and install the  Adobe Reader DC free app in your mobile device"

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Hi,

 

This is a little late reply but have you checked to unlock premium features?

 

See here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/mobile-app-faq.html 

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