87 votesCory K commented
As I commented on a similar suggestion, I STRONGLY support and NEED this feature!
iPad Pro has become my primary computing device since its release: I use it at least 85% of the time, followed by my macOS device about 10% and then PC about 5% (overall computing...the lack of Acrobat features on iOS skews these usages to about 85%+ macOS, 10%+ PC and just 0-3% iOS--and I never use Reader just to read PDFs since there is really no benefit).
Acrobat itself--not just Reader--hasn't kept up with iOS. A FULL SUITE of editing as close to the editing (and form/document creation tools) as available on macOS or PC versions of Acrobat Pro/DC ought to be available for iOS (at LEAST for the powerful and large-screen, Pencil-compatible iPad Pro!) because this is a rate-limiting step and requires intense coordination/unnecessary, duplicative work. Editing documents directly on iPad/iOS would keep me an active Acrobat user (because I'm otherwise shying away from and losing respect for Adobe until these features are implemented!). Cheers!
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