Adobe on Tuesday announced new features for many products in its Adobe Document Cloud package of programs. The business unveiled a revamped Adobe Acrobat Document Cloud with components such as a central hub and connected mobile apps. Innovations introduced by Adobe comprise a new service for streamlined document reviews, touch-enabled editing on tablets, and brand new Adobe Sensei-powered functionality employing AI (artificial intelligence) for Adobe Scan and Acrobat DC. Additionally, the Adobe Scan app is getting new functionality such as business card scans in multiple languages, form area recognition, and much more.
With the all-new Adobe Acrobat DC, users can now quickly share a PDF and keep track of who has seen it, distribute content with relevant reviewers, and also set automatic reminders to keep approvals on schedule. Not just that, the reviewers can also comment and solve remarks within the PDF itself, preventing duplicate and redundant email threads.
The revamped core hub now syncs across the Acrobat DC desktop program, Acrobat Reader mobile program, and the Adobe Document Cloud Web app. It provides a single view into position updates on incoming and outgoing tasks that have been shared for inspection or the ones that require your signature.
Powered by Adobe Sensei, form field recognition has been introduced that investigations documents to recognise things like field type, size, and position.
Adobe Sign has become built in directly on the newest Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader. Users may utilize Adobe Sign to make electronic signatures on PDF documents while on the go. Lastly, Acrobat DC Guru mobile users can now edit PDFs on Android and iOS tablets with functionality including alter text, format and edit, or add, rotate, and resize image.
“Adobe Acrobat DC is the golden standard for today’s mobile and connected work force,” said Bryan Lamkin, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Digital Media, Adobe. “With this strong launch, we’ve established a modern PDF system that enables individuals to scan, sign, edit, share, and examine content quickly and easily where work takes them.”