Difference between adobe reader and acrobat reader DC
What is Adobe Reader?
It is a family of application software and Web services that were developed by Adobe Inc. it is use to manipulate, view, create, print and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF).
The family comprises Adobe Acrobat Reader, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat.com. The basic Adobe Acrobat Reader, available for some desktop and mobile platforms, is freeware; it supports printing, viewing and explains of PDF files. Additional, ” Adobe Premium”, services are available for Adobe reader on paid subscription.
The commercial proprietary Acrobat, available for Microsoft Windows and mac Operating System only, can also edit, encrypt, convert, create, digitally sign, export and publish PDF files data. Adobe Acrobat.com complements the family with a range of enterprise content management and file hosting services.
Acrobat family consisted of:
- Acrobat XI Pro (for Windows and mac Operating System)
- Acrobat XI Standard (for Windows only)
- Reader XI (for Windows, mac Operating System, Android and iOS)
- FormsCentral (web service with desktop client)
- EchoSign (web service)
- Adobe Acrobat.com (web service)
- PDF Pack (web service)
- Send (web service)
The key members of the Acrobat family include:
- Adobe Acrobat Pro DC (for Windows and macOS)
- Adobe Acrobat Standard DC (for Windows only)
- Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS and Windows Phone)
- Fill & Sign (for Window, Android or iOS) and
- Sign (for Android or iOS)
- Scan (for Android or iOS)
- Document Cloud
What is Adobe Reader DC?
It is one of the most powerful PDF software applications in the world, and although a lot has changed in the last few years, Acrobat still is the software of choice for your PDF reading needs.
It’s a free download from Adobe’ site and is highly recommended for every one of us who prefers perfect compatibility and doesn’t trust third-party solutions. Although we have to say nowadays a lot of “independent” PDF readers are worth a try and are truly compatible with even the mainly complicated PDF you can download from a state website.
Adobe Reader DC vs. Adobe Reader
Acrobat Reader DC and Adobe Acrobat DC:
- View PDFs View PDFs
- Print PDFs Print PDFs
- Sign PDFs Sign PDFs
- Annotate PDFs Annotate PDFs
- Search PDFs Search PDFs
- Create PDFs
- Edit PDFs
- Convert PDF files with Word
- Combine PDFs
- Compare forms
- Protect PDFs
- Acrobat Reader DC comes installed on all internal desktop.
The user needs a license to run the Adobe Acrobat DC in system and can be requested. Upon approval the software application will be put into the application Center for you to install.
Acrobat Reader is used for
- Form completion
- Edit PDFs
- Add interactivity
- Standard or Pro
- Subscription or one-time fee