Almost every browser has a built-in PDF viewer to meet the basic needs of the average user.
But if your job requires more features than a simple viewer can offer, you need third-party applications to create, convert, view, and edit PDF files.
Adobe has just made things a little easier for everyone by releasing an updated Adobe Acrobat extension for Chromium-based browsers. The extension offers PDF editing tools, allowing users to edit PDF files directly in the browser without having to use any other software.
The Adobe Acrobat extension for Chrome (also works on Microsoft Edge) lets you open, download, print, annotate, complete, and sign PDF documents. It also supports notes, bookmarks, drawings, text and annotations.
Of course, Adobe still wants to make you an Adobe Acrobat Pro DC subscriber. How; The company hides some additional features behind a paywall. Those who are willing to spend a few euros on the subscription can access more features:
Convert PDF files to Microsoft Word documents,
Convert web pages to PDF files,
Advanced editing tools, by rotating, removing or rearranging pages in a PDF file.
Of course it's nice to have Adobe give PDF editors the ability to pay without having to pay.
You can download the Adobe Acrobat extension for Chromium-based browsers from the Chrome Web Store using the link below.