Adobe Acrobat DC
Adobe Acrobat DC
19.021.20056

1.0

Adobe Acrobat DC free download for Mac

Adobe Acrobat DC

19.021.20056
14 November 2019

Powerful PDF editor.

Overview

Acrobat DC is available only as a part of Adobe Creative Cloud, and can only be installed and/or updated through Adobe's Creative Cloud app.

Adobe Acrobat DC with Adobe Document Cloud services is here. Completely reimagined PDF tools that let you create, edit, sign, and track PDFs from anywhere. It will change the way you work with design layouts, press-ready files, and all your important documents forever.

Features:

  • Access powerful print production and digital publishing tools. Preview, preflight, correct, and prepare PDF files.
  • Work anywhere. Create, export, and sign PDFs from your computer or the Acrobat DC mobile app.
  • Take your files with you. Use Mobile Link to access recent files across desktop, web, and mobile.
  • Edit anything. Instantly edit PDFs and scanned documents -- as naturally as any other file.
  • Make last-minute changes. Edit text and organize PDF pages on your iPad.
  • Replace ink signatures. Send, track, manage, and store signed documents with a built-in e-signature service.
  • Protect important documents. Prevent others from copying or editing sensitive information in PDFs.
  • Eliminate overnight envelopes. Send, track, and confirm delivery of documents electronically.

What's new in Adobe Acrobat DC

Version 19.021.20056:
  • This patch fixes specific functionality issues.

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DragonMaster
25 November 2018

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I tried Acrobat DC over the past week and I have now gotten rid of it. There are several reasons 1) much of this app is still 32 BIT, when I talked to support about potential issues with Mojave I was told Adobe had no timetable for correcting this. 2) This app is horribly slow! I have the top of the line 2017 5K Retina iMac with 64 GIGs of RAM running Mojave 10.14.1. To open a 32 page, non-scanned PDF it took over 90seconds as it was "preparing the document for reading." After this prep work I saved the file and reopened it and the same operation was initiated. Why? 3) Acrobat is horrible at reading a document to you. The voices are terrible and at times difficult to understand. If you choose to use the Mac's voice capabilities, there are no instructions on how to do it. First you have to disable the apps default voice, then you must disable the default rate and volume, if you don't the Mac voice will be seriously distorted. 4) I found the support to be less than helpful, and somewhat hostile when asked about the 32 BIT components. The attitude towards trying to correct some of the problems was dismissive of my abilities to manage my own Mac. Finally, if you want see how bad this app is, try PDF Expert, or even Apple's default reader and you will find the they will open any PDF almost instantly. They read your PDF without special prep. And, above all THERE IS NO SUBSCRIPTION to an app that is horribly deficient.
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Version 19.008.20071
DragonMaster
03 November 2019
New version 19 still stinks! Subscription based, really too expensive. Will run on Catalina despite it still has 32bit elements buried in it. Look to Affinity Publisher as a fantastic, inexpensive, powerful alternative.
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Version 19.021.20049
Odysseus
13 August 2019
It looks like Acrobat Pro is finally entirely 64 bit!
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Version 19.012.20036
Derekcurrie
05 July 2019
• That $14.99? It's for the PRO version. It's PER MONTH. And you have to commit for a year. • The Standard version is $12.99 PER MONTH, with a year commitment. Move along to better apps and deals is my suggestion.
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Version 19.012.20034
1 answer(s)
Odysseus
Odysseus
13 August 2019
Yes, it's hideously expensive. And it's still, overall, better than all of the alternatives. PDF Expert is pretty good, but it doesn't have OCR. PDFPen Pro has OCR, but is quirky and a bit more difficult to use than PDF Expert. ABBYY FineReader has by far the best OCR, but it can't really edit PDFs, and the Mac version is far behind the Windows version and hasn't been updated in a very long time.
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higherterrain-com
12 April 2019
I updated that at the on Tuesday. The same day the new Flash came down the pipe.
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Version 19.010.20099
higherterrain-com
19 February 2019
Left Adobe last year and only run the reader on my Mac and this why "Acrobat DC is available only as a part of Adobe Creative Cloud, and can only be installed and/or updated through Adobe's Creative Cloud app." No standalone apps. Hope they lose business because of this stupid business decision.
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Version 19.010.20091
DragonMaster
25 November 2018
I tried Acrobat DC over the past week and I have now gotten rid of it. There are several reasons 1) much of this app is still 32 BIT, when I talked to support about potential issues with Mojave I was told Adobe had no timetable for correcting this. 2) This app is horribly slow! I have the top of the line 2017 5K Retina iMac with 64 GIGs of RAM running Mojave 10.14.1. To open a 32 page, non-scanned PDF it took over 90seconds as it was "preparing the document for reading." After this prep work I saved the file and reopened it and the same operation was initiated. Why? 3) Acrobat is horrible at reading a document to you. The voices are terrible and at times difficult to understand. If you choose to use the Mac's voice capabilities, there are no instructions on how to do it. First you have to disable the apps default voice, then you must disable the default rate and volume, if you don't the Mac voice will be seriously distorted. 4) I found the support to be less than helpful, and somewhat hostile when asked about the 32 BIT components. The attitude towards trying to correct some of the problems was dismissive of my abilities to manage my own Mac. Finally, if you want see how bad this app is, try PDF Expert, or even Apple's default reader and you will find the they will open any PDF almost instantly. They read your PDF without special prep. And, above all THERE IS NO SUBSCRIPTION to an app that is horribly deficient.
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Version 19.008.20071
3 answer(s)
Schwity
Schwity
30 December 2018
Hi DragonMaster.
Thanks for your comment. You are absolutely right in every point. And that Adobe is still incapable to deliver pure 64bit applications isn't only a shame, no, I will say it is insolence!
And about the subscription licence – over all this behaviour indicates more and more that it cares for stable income, but is absolutely contra-productive for customers and useful required product development and support!
Luckily I'm independent and not part of a big agency or company so I don't have t use any Adobe products further on. I completely switch to other software from Affinity (Designer, Photo, Publisher), Readdle (PDFexpert), Bohemian (Sketch), etc.
From my point of view all this companies have a fair licence model. And like Steve Job said: „I like to have options."
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xcoxco
xcoxco
13 February 2019
That all said. PDF Expert lacks many important features that are integral to Adobe Acrobat Pro. For example image OCR.

Readdle claims OCR for PDF Expert is forthcoming soon. Perhaps so. But they told me the same a year ago. Time will tell.
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Dualist
Dualist
13 April 2019
Despite its flaws, which are far more extreme for you than they are for me, there really is no good substitute for professional PDF editing with addons such as PitStop and Kodak Prinergy tools. Apple's preview, for example, can't correctly display transparency and overprints in a PDF, and there is no separations preview. Preview is fine for the basics, however.
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Shane-Smith
16 November 2017
What the hell does this even mean? A new version number for Acrobat and Acrobat Reader - Starting in November 2017, all customers on the Acrobat DC Continuous track will move from 17.xx to 18.xx after the latest patch is deployed. There will be no change for customers on the Acrobat DC Classic track. There is a new version but it's not part of the Cloud yet? I don't get it.
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Version 18.009.20044
fput
16 November 2017
This is the new flash as this german news article correctly states: https://www.heise.de/security/meldung/Patchday-Adobe-Acrobat-und-Reader-sind-das-neue-Flash-3890424.html This update alone closes 62 CVE security vulnerabilites. That is a good thing. But if your code is that broken, the best advice is: do not use this software.
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Version 18.009.20044
CruzinCooler
14 September 2017
Long time user. Always thought the GUI was strange compared to other Adobe products but the redone version is too ridiculous. Takes a day to set up and the icons are terrible. What a horribly executed piece of software. Who approved this mess?
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Version 17.012.20098
Derekcurrie
07 August 2017
*AHEM* Version 17.009.20058 of Adobe Acrobat is INSECURE. It was released April 4, 2017. This means MU is WAY behind reporting Acrobat updates.

August 8th 2017 Adobe will have released a SECURITY PATCHED new version of both Acrobat and Reader that patches major security holes! BE CERTAIN TO UPDATE August 8th ! ! !

Adobe posts Security Bulletins here:
https://helpx.adobe.com/security.html
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Version 17.009.20058
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Leesa
Leesa
08 August 2017
Thanx!
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