It’s been almost two and a half years since Adobe released an major update to Adobe Acrobat. Since then, a lot has changed with the proliferation of new devices (e.g. smart phones, tablets), and the fact that there is no consistent way to work across them.
Enter Acrobat DC (version 12) Document Cloud services
Like it’s predessor, Acrobat DC lets you work with PDFs from your desktop with stunning simplicity. What’s new is how Document Cloud services help you accomplish more—in the office or on the go.
Acrobat DC bridges the gap in existing paper and digital document processes, with new and improved tools and online services within the Document Cloud. Users can start a task on one device and resume their work on another. Whether you want to create, edit, or sign PDFs, you’ll have instant access to essential PDF tools and recently viewed files across computers, browsers, and mobile devices.
Perpetual licenses of Acrobat XI purchased between March 17 and April 6 are entitled to a free upgrade of Acrobat DC.
If you still have Acrobat 9 licenses, you qualify for special upgrade pricing and savings of up to 55% until April 6, 2015.*
Once Acrobat DC starts shipping in April, you will no longer be able to upgrade from Acrobat 9, so now is the time to act.
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Fill out the form below and our team of Adobe licensing experts will make sense of your existing Acrobat ownership. We’ll also make cost-saving recommendations to simplify your licensing.
* Upgrade before April 6, 2015 to retain your eligibility for upgrade pricing on future releases.