After Google Docs, Microsoft Office Live, Zoho Office and ThinkFree, now it is Adobe’s turn to offer its online office applications to users. Adobe has officially unveiled “Acrobat.com”, its online version of the company’s remarkable office suite applications.
Users can find a set of FREE online services/applications for users in Acrobat.com. Users can make use of these application/services such as online word processor, file sharing and storage and web conferencing in Adobe.com. The suite also features Adobe ConnectNow, a screen-sharing app that gives users a unique URL and the ability to take control of remote PCs. Users can meet live over the web and share their screen with other. Users also can use PDF converter to create a PDF file. Users can create up to five PDF creations. Users need to buy Acrobat or subscribe to the online version at $10 a month for continued usage. These online applications aim to assist Acrobat professionals to work together through online meetings and document sharing.
Acrobat.com is currently under beta version. Users can sign up the services/application for free. Users need IE6, Firefox 2 or Safari 2 and above for running the applications. Besides, users are also required to install Flash 9 to run the services/applications.