I have purchased a subscription to Adobe Acrobat Standard for my desktop and have downloaded the Adobe Acrobat DC app on my android device. I have also signed up for Document Cloud. My question is how can I, or is it even possible to, create a single combined PDF on my android device using either the Adobe Acrobat DC app or the Document Cloud via mobile Chrome browser. I can create a combined PDF using document cloud from my computer as I can control click more than one file, can't do that on mobile phone. I would prefer not to have to individually select each image I want to convert, and then combined it all into a single PDF as that would be way to cumbersome and maybe I couldn't even do that anyway because I can't control click still on phone. Also, when I choose the organize pages option in Adobe Acrobat DC app on my phone, it says I have to sign up for a subscription to Acrobat Pro..? Can I really not arrange pages on my mobile device and combine several file into one PDF unless I have Acrobat Pro, yet I can do it both on the desktop software and the Document Cloud? This doesn't seem to make any sense other than Adobe is excluding a specific feature they expect many people may want to use to force people to pay a higher monthly subscription for one added feature? If I've missed something and this capability exists any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Not on your device.
But if you log into the web interface with your Adobe ID—cloud.acrobat.com—you can by clicking on the Combine Files tab.