Adobe releases Chrome extension to edit PDFs directly in the browser


Adobe Acrobat added an extension for Google Chrome that allows users to access PDF editing tools right from their browser. With the new extension, users can view, convert, compress and sign PDFs in the browser without having to switch applications. Once the extension is downloaded and installed in the browser, users can share files with others to keep all of their feedback in one place. People with an Adobe Acrobat DC subscription can also convert web pages to PDF.

The release of the Google Chrome extensions was announced on a blog on October 12th. With the latest update, opening PDFs with Adobe Acrobat for Chrome works like an online PDF editor. Users can fill out and sign a file, or add comments, highlights, and drawings to a PDF. They can also share a file with others to collect all of their feedback in one place. The fill-out and signature tool in the Adobe Acrobat extension allows users to fill out forms and add signatures for free without leaving their browser. The free access also enables users to download and print the documents.

Adobe Acrobat Pro DC subscription users receive additional tools with the latest update. This includes converting a PDF document to a Microsoft Word document from the browser, converting web pages to PDF, keeping the layout, formatting and links of the captured pages.

Acrobat Pro DC subscriptions for individual users are at Rs. 1,995 for one month. The annual prepaid plan costs Rs. 1,196 per month while the annual monthly paid plan also costs Rs. 1,196 per month. The Acrobat Standard DC plan is available for Rs. 1,834 for a month. The company charges Rs. 1,037 per month for an annual prepaid plan and similarly Rs. 1,037 per month for an annual paid monthly plan.


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