Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat DC
Adobe Acrobat is very useful for working with pdf files, it is a light and easy-to-use tool. In addition, it is a great tool for converting pdf files to editable documents and/or spreadsheets. I like using it because of the great compatibility that allows you to use it on practically any device.
- PDF cover for spreadsheets
- Reading PDF files
- Editing PDF files
- I don't see any improvements to make in Adobe Acrobat DC.
- With Adobe Acrobat, we can use only one application for several tasks, making it more agile.
Speaking of user experience, Adobe Acrobat leaves nothing to be desired, the development of the application seems to have had a great focus on this part, because everything you can or need to do is always accessible to the user, bringing an excellent experience even to users who are starting use.
In terms of security, there is nothing to complain about about Adobe Acrobat. A tool developed by a consolidated and reliable company in the market that provides automatic updates for the software that ends up minimizing the problem of security breaches.
- Foxit PDF Editor (FoxitPhantom)
The closest to Adobe Acrobat was Foxit reader, however, it is a tool whose features are not so friendly, and the user experience is very limited, unlike Acrobat which provides an incredible experience.
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Adobe Acrobat DC is more suitable for use in companies, with its premium licensing version that frees up functions such as file editing without the need for conversion. It may not be as popular in schools and homes because of other free tools that are on the market as a competitor and deliver a similar experience.