Adobe Acrobat 3D 8.3

The most-used PDF reader in the world

  • Vote:
    10.0 (3)
  • Category:

    General

  • Version:

    3D 8.3

  • Works under:

    Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Trial version

Adobe Acrobat is a PDF reader that is offered on a subscription basis. This application gives you the opportunity to pay one low and reasonable price for unlimited access to the newest versions of Adobe Acrobat. Investing in this software can ultimately bring your business up to modern software standards.

While Adobe Acrobat is an exceptional PDF reader, it offers a wide variety of other features that are extremely beneficial to those who use it. The notes feature of this app allows you to take and apply notes to various parts of the PDF file. You can also write directly on the PDF if you have a tablet or stylus pen. This can be highly convenient if you need to take notes for your business, or if you are studying for school and need to take notes within specific parts of the PDF file. The security feature is a feature that helps give users peace of mind when using the application. This feature gives you the option of applying signatures to documents, to ensure no copywriting takes place. Encryption is also added with the security feature. Adobe invented the PDF file format and their newest version of the application proves just how much can be done with it.

It is important to have the most current version of Adobe Acrobat to ensure that the software you are using is up to date. For just one low price, you can gain access to a service that is reliable and will always be beneficial for your personal and business use.

Pros

-Offers advanced features and excellent support.

-Purchasing the subscription version offers you the most recent version without having to pay an additional fee.

Cons

-To gain access to the subscription, you must be willing to pay a recurring fee rather than a one time fee.

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