Great news for Android users working on the go: you can now work on PDFs stored in Dropbox in the Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app.
When we partnered with Microsoft in 2014, we had one goal in mind: to help you be more productive anywhere and on any device. Since then, we’ve introduced integrations that let you edit Microsoft Office files stored in your Dropbox directly from the web or on your mobile device. And just last week, we released a brand new Dropbox app for Windows 10. Today we’re excited to mark the next phase of our partnership with the release of two new integrations with Microsoft products.
Update (March 7, 2016): We’ve updated our Windows 10 app with support for mobile devices and more.
Last month, we unveiled a new partnership with Adobe to make working with PDFs in Dropbox simpler and faster. Today, we’re excited to share that our iOS integration with Adobe is live and ready for you to use — so you can easily edit PDFs stored in Dropbox, anytime and anywhere.
Dropbox Open, an event celebrating our business customers, is happening today in San Francisco, and it’s off to a great start this morning. We’re excited to have industry leaders including Salesforce’s Marc Benioff, HP’s Meg Whitman, and Apple’s Eddy Cue joining us at Dropbox Open. And we’re happy to welcome customers from around the globe to talk about where we’ve been and where we’re going.
We’re always looking for ways to bring Dropbox to more people, so today, we’re announcing new partnerships with telecom providers around the world. With over 70% of our users located outside the US, expanding our international footprint is a priority. And these partnerships, along with the four offices we opened across the globe in 2015, will do just that — bring us closer to users, anywhere they live.