Adobe Acrobat vs. EasePDF

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Adobe Acrobat
Score 8.8 out of 10
N/A
Adobe Acrobat DC is the current version of the well-established document / PDF management solution, part of the Adobe Document Cloud (the other part being Adobe's eSign services based on technology acquired with EchoSign in 2011).
$12.99
per month
EasePDF
Score 9.0 out of 10
N/A
EasePDF, headquartered in Hong Kong, provides more than 20 pdf editing tools, including Word to PDF Converter, Excel to PDF Converter, eSign PDF, Split PDF, Merge PDF, Unlock PDF and so on. EasePDF is available via free plan, and a premium plan that removes user limits.
$4.95
per month
Pricing
Adobe AcrobatEasePDF
Editions & Modules
Acrobat Standard for Individuals
$12.99
per month
Acrobat Standard for teams
$14.99
per month per user
Acrobat Pro for Individuals
$19.99
per month
Acrobat Pro for Teams
$22.19
per month per user
Acrobat for Enterprise
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Adobe AcrobatEasePDF
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
YesNo
Entry-level Setup FeeOptionalNo setup fee
Additional Details32% discount for annual pricing.
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Community Pulse
Adobe AcrobatEasePDF
Considered Both Products
Adobe Acrobat
Chose Adobe Acrobat
We were not comparing Adobe Acrobat Reader DC to EasePDF; that is just another tool that I have used in the past. I do like that Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is within the Adobe product line as I use most of the other tools that they offer as well.
Chose Adobe Acrobat
Although Adobe Acrobat DC is not a lightweight application like some other competitors for just the ease of viewing PDFs, it makes up with all of the features available. It is universal across multiple platforms which was an important factor when we were making a decision for a …
Chose Adobe Acrobat
Adobe is better to use and easier to help others use compared to the other programs I am familiar with that can do similar things. In my opinion, we use Adobe because even though it still lacks in UI and intuitiveness, it is still better than most other programs.
Chose Adobe Acrobat
This was the oldest name in the market and trust and security was one of the main reason to be associated it goes without saying it is loaded with lots of features that other application may not give.
Chose Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat DC gives you much more possibilities to secure your PDF files than similar software. From this point of view, it is much more reliable. On the other hand, other functions, such as reading only documents, it is also equivalent to other software that can be found …
Chose Adobe Acrobat
Adobe is widely known and is an approved software of our company
EasePDF

No answer on this topic

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Score 8.8 out of 10
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User Ratings
Adobe AcrobatEasePDF
Likelihood to Recommend
8.9
(474 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
10.0
(11 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Usability
8.6
(232 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Availability
10.0
(2 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Performance
9.9
(7 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Support Rating
8.1
(52 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Online Training
9.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Implementation Rating
7.5
(4 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Ease of integration
10.0
(6 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Product Scalability
9.7
(2 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
Adobe AcrobatEasePDF
Likelihood to Recommend
Adobe
If your organization uses PDFs frequently, then Adobe Acrobat feels like must-have. I could not imagine our organization not using it. The ability to create, organize, and edit PDFs easily and intuitively are the main reasons my organization uses it. The other additional functions and features are "nice to haves", but ultimately, don't impact our day-to-day
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EasePDF
Scenarios where EasePDDF is well suited:
  1. PDF editor.
  2. PDF compressor.
  3. PDF convertor.
  4. PDF merger.
  5. PDF split.
Scenarios where it is less suited: as of now I have not found any specific scenarios as such.
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Pros
Adobe
  • Easy to understand- the program has a very intuitive layout that is great for people who doesn't use the product very much
  • Includes all features you might need. There are many features I didn't even think we would need that they have included.
  • They have a very recognizable name so my clients feel they can trust what they are being asked to open/sign since the Adobe name is next to it.
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EasePDF
  • PDF Compression is a great feature. This helps to reduce size of the pdf
  • PDF convertor - Helps you to convert different files to pdf format. Example jpeg to pdf, excel to pdf, word to pdf
  • Merge PDF - You can combine multiple pdf in the order required to create a single file.
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Cons
Adobe
  • It would be good if Adobe Acrobat could utilize less system resources. I have had crashes due to memory and CPU load this week
  • Quicker load times from a cold launch
  • Easier collaborative commenting for offline documents - knowing where and who wrote what
  • Ensuring documents don't have issues where text cannot be copied before publishing
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EasePDF
  • Pricing part can be improved on a competitive basis. Also short versions can be given free of cost.
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Likelihood to Renew
Adobe
I bought a perpetual license to Acrobat some time ago, but if the software ever stopped being supported in my version of windows or other solution that makes me need to buy another license I would not hesitate to do so since it saves me a lot of headaches. There are workarounds to merge files and edit pdfs with an online interface but I dont think those are a good usage of time when Acrobat exists.
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EasePDF
No answers on this topic
Usability
Adobe
My overall experience with Adobe is great because because the it has almost all of the tools in one place and it can be used it for most of my work without going anywhere else. Because the tools are available right there in the main interface, it makes it very easy to use.
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EasePDF
No answers on this topic
Reliability and Availability
Adobe
Pretty much always there for my business and personal needs.
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EasePDF
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Performance
Adobe
One of the best features of Adobe Acrobat is its speed and stability. When dealing with massive multi-page files, having to reload a crashed program over and over again would slow down progress unnecessarily. And expanding on that, having the table of contents generated allows me to skip to different pages with ease, a necessary feature with exceptionally long files. word searches are even more helpful with text recognition.
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EasePDF
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Support Rating
Adobe
Because I don't need it. Used it years ago for account management/billing issues but they have changed the user experience so more of that can be managed online. If I have a question the knowledge base or a video that Adobe has posted answers
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EasePDF
No answers on this topic
Online Training
Adobe
Answered basic questions.
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EasePDF
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Implementation Rating
Adobe
Works well with JamF and SmartDeploy. These are our Enterprise imaging solutions for Mac's and PC's. The Enterprise installer is required when pushing out this app.
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EasePDF
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Alternatives Considered
Adobe
There really is no comparison. Although we use other PDF programs, we mainly utilize Adobe. Not only because we find it to be a better program but also because everyone is more familiar with it. However, the other products are implemented for various reasons, such as a feature or 2 that we find necessary to use at times.
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EasePDF
GUI is best suited and easy to use. Drag and drop feature is good enough. Tasks can be stored and can be tracked anytime.
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Scalability
Adobe
I find that many users aren't aware of many features of the software they use, nor may they be comfortable with learning multiple-step processes. For the simplest of PDF purposes (scanning, downloading, exporting), it gets a thumbs-up. For anything involving electronic signatures, meh--causes eyes to glaze over, or forgetting what all is involved.
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EasePDF
No answers on this topic
Return on Investment
Adobe
  • Adobe Acrobat has improved the security of our documents, resulting in less risk, as protecting documents is essential to ensure compliance with privacy laws.
  • It saves our company money, as the product makes it easier for our employees to complete their jobs.
  • The product assists our employees with providing quality work product.
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EasePDF
  • Overall impact is good. I am currently on the trial version only and it is sufficient to my requirement. So overall it is good.
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ScreenShots

Adobe Acrobat Screenshots

Screenshot of Create, edit, convert, and share PDF files all from within Microsoft Teams – as part of Acrobat integrations with Microsoft 365 apps.Screenshot of With Liquid Mode in Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app, users can read PDFs on phones and tablets without having to pinch and zoom. Navigate lengthy documents with intelligent outline and search tools, while maximizing readability and comfort with font size and line spacing that are adjustable.Screenshot of Fill and sign PDF forms from anywhere and on any device.  Collect signatures, digitally track progress, and automatically archive the signed document.Screenshot of With Adobe Scan mobile app, capture and convert documents into high-quality, interactive PDF documents that can be filled out, signed, and shared.  Eliminates the hassle of finding a printer, filling a form by hand, and scanning it again.