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Adobe announces Touch Apps for Android and Apple tablets

Written by Rich Fiscus @ 04 Oct 2011 6:49 User comments (1)

Adobe announces Touch Apps for Android and Apple tablets Adobe will be launching a family of tablet software in November which they're calling Abode Touch Apps.
The new apps were announced yesterday at the company's MAX 2011 technology conference, along with a new online service called Adobe Creative Cloud. Creative Cloud will be include hosted services, collaboration tools, and synchronization between devices.

The new apps, which will be released for Android tablets on November 12, when Adobe Creative Cloud is launched, include:

  • Adobe Photoshop Touch - A scaled down version of Adobe's flagship photo processing software.

  • Adobe Collage - An app for combining images which also includes basic support for drawing and adding text.

  • Adobe Debut - A presentation app sith support for opening files from a variety of Adobe products, including Photoshop and Illustrator.

  • Adobe Ideas - A vector based drawing app.

  • Adobe Kuler - A tablet version of Adobe's color theme tool.

  • Adobe Proto - A website prototyping tool

Versions of the apps for the iPad are planned for some time next year.

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch said:

Adobe Creative Cloud reinvents creative expression by enabling a new generation of services for creativity and publishing, that embrace touch interaction to re-imagine how individuals interact with creative tools and build deeper social connections between creatives around the world.

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1 user comment

14.10.2011 23:25

Yeah...good luck with trying to get anything onto the Apple platform...the most useful Adobe app is blocked, so why would they allow any of these apps?

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