Hello maybe an engineer or someone much more familiar with Adobe Acrobat DC and Creative Cloud. Much to my amazement, I found out today that Adobe does not support their apps. on an android based operating system. Since my work is forcing me to use android tablets now - would anyone on here with expertise tell me the tricks of the trade in getting Adobe apps. to work right on android?
I guess what i find truly amazing is that I ask the Adobe sales rep. if all of the major Adobe apps. were cross platform apps. and she assured me their functionality on all OS - no matter what breed.
What I need to do the most is edit PDF's, but moreso, I need to be able to create a big PDF doc. out of several very small PDF docs. And, due to my lack of knowledge here, I am dumbfounded and still expected to use Adobe on my Android.
I would appreciate some good detail here. If you prefer not to answer this post; email me directly as I see the android issues are very touchy subjects.
Thank you all!!!!
To access Adobe apps on your Android device, please go to Playstore and search for the app. For example, to install Adobe Acrobat Reader, launch Playstore on your device and look for app by its name. You will be presented with an option to install it on your device. You can then proceed with the installation.
Adobe Acrobat Team
that does not give you the option to edit
so what are we paying for with dc ?????
most people use tablets or phones
so how can we edit pdfs is the question right ???