The basic functionality is free (Reading PDF's, commenting on PDFs, Filling Forms, Searching text, and many other features). For an iPad user who is a subscriber to our Acrobat Pro DC services, In addition to the ability to use our desktop software and online service, the iOS Acrobat product provides the following capabilities:
- ExportPDF (convert PDF to many formats like docx, xlsx, pptx)
- CreatePDF (convert other documents to PDF)
- Organize Pages (re-order the pages in a document, rotate pages, delete pages)
- Edit - Edit the text of most PDF's, right on your device.
- Scan - Convert a single image, from the photo album or camera, to PDF
I hope this helps.
what is the cost for the use of this program?
Could you please provide me with a link to a place on yor website for
cancellation so that I am noty charged. I don't recall ever providing a
payment method, but it may be PayPal, DIK.
I thought this program was something that either came wtih my company iPad,
or something that they had pushed into it from Corporate.
I have no idea how I downloaded it, but apparently I don't need it. Like I
may have mentioned before, I am an "Android Girl", and this new Apple
platform is throwing me for a loop in some situations.
One of my problems is that when I download a document from an e-mail I have
a horrible time finding it which may be the reason I downloaded your
software. It may have popped up as an open for the opening of a document.
Regardless, I need to cancel anything that I may have unknowingly agreed to
and be sure that I am not incurring any fees for something that I don't at
all need. Please insure that I am not billed for anything and I will
uninstall it this morning. Again, If you have a link to assist me in the
uninstall or cancellation please forward it to me. I honestly don't know
much about the operation of my iPad.
Thanking you in advance for you prompt and professional assistance,
information, advice and cooperation.
On Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 11:44 AM, Pat Wibbeler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It's likely that you either have the free version because there is no way for a company to deploy an app to you pre-subscribed (you would have had to log in and purchase). You can tell easily by opening Acrobat and tapping on "My Account" (in the left hand panel after tapping the "Home Icon" in the upper left). If you look in "My Account" and are not logged in (and never have logged in), then you are not paying. Additionally, if you are only showing that you are using "Adobe Document Cloud", then you are subscribed to the free service. If you need to cancel your subscription, you can see the section in the FAQ here:
If you have somehow subscribed through iTunes, you can cancel that with these instructions: