Edit PDFs right in your browser with Adobe’s upgraded Acrobat extension

Chrome users get the new features first, followed by Edge later on. (Sorry, Firefox fans.)

Good news, Chrome and Edge users—you no longer need to download PDFs in order to make basic edits. Earlier this week, Adobe officially rolled out new features to its Chrome extension, giving you the ability to skip the standalone application for common tasks. A phased rollout for Edge users will begin later this month as well.

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Alaina Yee

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