Adobe Acrobat Reader App Now Comes With More Storage Options

In April, Adobe went on to expand its Document Cloud Service in order to add support for Box and Microsoft OneDrive, so as to complement its existing support for Dropbox. This allowed users to work on the documents which are stored in other third-party services, while using Adobe’s software, such as Adobe Sign or Adobe Reader. However, this support had not yet made its way completely to mobile; an issue which Adobe is at the moment addressing with the latest version of its Acrobat Reader app for iOS.
The company states that with this new update both iPhone and iPad users can select, open and save the PDFs in iCloud Drive, OneDrive Box or Google Drive, along with the app’s native integration with Dropbox. These new storage options are now available from the iOS Document Picker.
Before this update, the users were able to only pull the documents from Dropbox, Adobe Document Cloud, Email, Web or other apps, which come with the supported “share” function.
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In order for the users to take advantage of the newly added functionality, they are required to install the Cloud storage app which they want to use with Acrobat Reader. Subsequently go on to tap on “Location Chooser” option, in addition to “More Locations.”
Here, you will find Cloud storage app or apps, which you want to add to Reader. By going to the settings and making it on or off, one can toggle the storage services. It gives you an opportunity to rearrange the order in which they appear within the list.
The company concluded by saying,
“We hope you enjoy connecting to your favorite cloud storage locations to work smarter, faster, and access PDFs from wherever life takes you. Stay tuned for more enhancements coming your way inside Acrobat Reader mobile.”