Along with this, the company has also added a host of new online tools to the service.
The new tools include features like password-protected PDF, split a single PDF file into multiple, merge PDFs, said Adobe in its a blog post.
These tools will be available for free-to-use. All users need to do is drag and drop their PDF files and start working on it.
Adobe is also offering Adobe Creative Cloud and Document Cloud subscription plans for online users who want to use more advanced PDF tools.
To make things further easier, Adobe has also teamed up with Google to launch a handful of Acrobat shortcuts for Google’s .new domain.
This enables Adobe to make reachability easier for users. For instance, users can simply type sign.new in the address bar of any browser to sign a document, PDF.new to create a new PDF document. JPGtoPDF.new to convert an image file to PDF, CompressPDF.new to compress a PDF file online and more.