One of the more useful file sharing apps Dropbox has been updated with the Adobe Acrobat reader integration on Android. Though the update first came to iOS, it is better late than never that it has arrived on Android.
Adobe will now allow users to access PDF files which are in their Dropbox account. On the other end, Dropbox, not wanting to be left behind in the updating process, came with a slogan “do more with your PDF documents” and now allows the user to launch Acrobat Reader directly from their app when tapped on a PDF file.
Heading over to the Adobe blog we find this statement, “Late last year, we announced a partnership with Dropbox to simplify the way people and organizations work together with documents. The goal of our partnership is to help you be more productive and let you work the way you want with PDF documents—accessing them from a range of devices at home, in the office, or on the go.”
They further went on to say, “With that in mind, I’m excited to report that we’ve now extended the Dropbox integration to the over 300 million Acrobat Reader customers who have installed our app on Android devices. And the Dropbox team has delivered an update to its Android app, so you can enjoy the benefits of the integration starting from Dropbox.”
With all this camaraderie between Dropbox and Adobe, we are happy to note that in the end it will be the users who will benefit from this.