Adobe To Release Six New Apps to iPad In 2012

By  at Monday, October 03, 2011  

Adobe has announced the release of six new touch apps which will available for tablets. These apps will be available for android devices by November this year while iPad apps will be available by 2012 .Adobe has announced Creative Cloud as  the new suit of these apps. Creative cloud can be considered as a backbone of their desktop and tablet software, this suit is expected to support storing , sharing and viewing creative work across devices, using 20GB of online storage, and it supports transferring files into Adobe Creative Suite which allow it’s users to make more formatting and refinement on the files.

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According to 9to5mac report :

As for the new tablet apps, Adobe says they enable “professional-level creativity”, spawning image editing, ideation, sketching, mood boards, website and mobile app prototyping, as well as presenting finished work. They also build upon Adobe Carousel, the recently released software which keeps your photos in sync across desktop and mobile worlds, via the cloud (we described itas “the Lightroom for iPad” with element of the Photo Streaming feature of iOS 5)

The most important of the bunch, of course, is Adobe Photoshop Touch, described as “a groundbreaking app that brings the legendary creative and image-editing power of Photoshop to tablet devices for the first time”. Think core Photoshop features on your iPad, including layers and pro effects – all optimized for finger-friendly interaction. So far so good. Go past the fold for the full scoop.

Apps features :

Adobe Photoshop Touch: Core Photoshop functionalities available in a new app for tablets, with support for gestures, layered images, and Refine Edge technology.

Adobe Collage: Combine inspirational images, drawings, text and Creative Suite files into modern, conceptual mood boards. Files can be shared with Photoshop.

Adobe Debut: Quickly open Creative Suite file formats to preview designs to clients.

Adobe Ideas: Vector-based drawing tool already available on the App Store.

Adobe Kuler: Generate color schemes and browse creations by the Kuler community.

Adobe Proto Create wireframes and prototypes for websites and mobile apps on a tablet.

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