Acrobat is for Mac and Windows only. There are online services for mobile devices, but no editor.
Thanks for the query.
You can download the app for iPad from here: Free mobile app and PDF viewer for iPad | Adobe Acrobat DC
For making simple edits, here is the tutorial from 2015: https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/how-to-make-simple-edits-on-ipad
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You've already received your answer, but let me add this: Whenever you say "edit" in the context of PDF documents, that term "edit" could mean many different and completely unrelated things. For some people, editing only means modifying the static content of a PDF file, for others, it means filling in form fields, and a third group might consider adding annotations (sticky notes, highlights, ...) as editing. There are a lot more things that could be considered editing. Some of these flavors of editing are possible with the mobile version of Adobe Acrobat Reader, others are not, some are only possible when you have a subscription to one or more Document Cloud services.
If the information that was provided so far does not answer your question, please be more specific about what exactly you mean by editing a PDF document, when you come back for a followup question.
I have just spent an hour with technical support web chat trying to get an answer to a very simple question but they refused to help, instead directing me to this help forum, so I really hope that someone can answer my question because I am real close to pressing cancel on my subscription.
Adobe made a big song and dance when I was purchasing the product that i could edit PDFs on my mobile device. Excited with the flexibility this offered, I immediately signed up and paid for my subscription. I then went to my mobile device and was immediately disappointed as there was no edit option? I signed out, signed back in, rebooted my device. Watched tutorials but nope. Still no wise.
See screen shot, there is no edit mode on my iPhone?
This feature is available on a iPad, not iPhone.
Ah ok. I did think as much but there is no documentation to say so that i could find. Thanks for the heads up.
PS. You would have thought their online support chat team could have answered that question without me having to spend an hour going through the process and then having to log a question on this forum. Baffles me why they just didn't say it was only for the iPad, could have saved a world of grief and time.
The information is in the manual of Acrobat Reader.