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Adobe Document Cloud is now available for everyone to sign and share PDF documents

The company has revamped its PDF experience with some new features, including free e-signing with all subscriptions. Part of the Document Cloud suite is the all-new Acrobat DC with a touch-friendly interface. What is essentially cloud support for Adobe's Acrobat, editing and signing PDF files is now a breeze.

Starting at $12.99 for the standard version of Adobe Document Cloud (annual subscription), each choice of plans available from Adobe includes the company's eSign services, allowing you to electronically send and sign documents from supported hardware. Also included in the suite are new Mobile Link apps — Adobe Acrobat DC mobile and Adobe Fill & Sign DC.

Document Cloud for enterprise provides entire organizations with services, including enterprise-class e-sign services, that bring speed and efficiency to business document workflows. Document Cloud for enterprise offers solutions for industries including healthcare and insurance, financial services, media and entertainment, government, and schools and universities.

Interested in Adobe Document Cloud? The company is offering a free 30-day trial to get you started. For Windows, Mac and mobile support, you'll want to select the Pro subscription option. See the Adobe website (opens in new tab) for more details on pricing. Unfortunately, for us Windows fans, only a PC option is available. No love for Windows Phone just yet.

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

27 Comments
  • Adobe is dead
  • Long live adobe
  • Whahahh this^ x{D
  • No love for Windows phone? No love for Adobe!
  • When in India?!
  • When you'll finish building toilets.
  • When Americans are not being spied on ....
  • That was awesome.
  • Flash player will be dead, not Adobe, lol.
  • Pdf isn't and they have always a good relations with Microsoft.
  • You're brain dead
  • Who me?
  • This is awesome. E-signature services in the enterprise are EXTREMELY expensive.
  • Seems slower
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  • Is this the same as adobe echo sign?
  • Good question. We use Adobe Echosign and this is the first I've heard of this new Adobe offering. You'd think they would have given their existing customers a heads-up.
  • It is a smart concept, although I wonder about having your signatures in the cloud or important information ?  
  • JotForm just integrated with adobe eSign services. http://www.jotform.com/blog/148-Announcing-the-Adobe-Document-Cloud-eSig... Create a free form, add the eSign widget, and bam! now you can send it out for people to sign.