Launched a company Adobe has made a new update For the web version Acrobat brings with it the ability to edit text and images in PDF files, a feature that has been exclusive to the desktop app for years.
Acrobat was Adobe’s leading desktop application for handling and editing PDF files, and in recent years the company launched the web version of the application, but it is It is not as premium as the desktop version.
“The web version of Acrobat is important from a standpoint,” said Todd Gerber, Adobe’s vice president for Document Cloud. The strategy is for us because we have more and more people working through the browser.
The team first launched the ability to create and convert PDF files, and it took some time to get to the point where it became possible to edit PDF files in an efficient and real-time manner.
The company noted that working with the lines was one of the most difficult problems the team faced in communicating this capability over the Internet.
“Although there is a thinking that PDF is the Adobe format, it is an open standard and a lot of third-party tools can create PDF files,” Gerber said.
He added: This large ecosystem, with the potential for differences between applications, makes it difficult to offer editing capabilities for Adobe.
The company also offers two additional browser-based features: protect and split PDF files and merge multiple PDF files.
In addition, after working with Google last year to introduce a few Acrobat shortcuts using a new domain, Adobe is now releasing a group of new shortcuts, such as EditPDF.new.
The company plans to roll out more of these shortcuts over the next year The company has seen nearly 10 million clicks on its current shortcuts, which shows how many people are trying to convert or sign PDF files every day.
The web version of Acrobat helps the company attract new audiences He didn’t think about Adobe in the beginning, but rather about PDFs, and what he should do with them, which allows The company is expanding its customer base.
Adobe switches all branded searches to the Acrobat desktop application, but for regular users, it takes them to the web version, where they can perform whatever action they came for without signing up for the service.