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Adobe debuts touch apps for tablets

Adobe debuts touch apps for tablets
Adobe debuts touch apps for tablets
Adobe releases their touch applications for Android Platform devices, which provides six applications for creative processes

An Android application has become a must for many software giants as more of the consumers are shifting to tablets from the desktop PC’s or notebooks. Now, Adobe too has has joined the league with new touch applications for Android market. They released their application along with the Creative Cloud, which integrates contents across the new applications with the Adobe Creative Suite software, and also helped them to bring professional level creativity to millions of tablet users.

These applications from Adobe are on multiple areas of the creative process including image editing, sketching, mood boards, Wireframing and presenting all of that work to clients. Some of the applications included are:

 Adobe Photoshop Touch which is basically for image editing and it works with finger gestures for manipulating photos and images on a tablet.

Adobe Debut is an application for presenting and reviewing creative work.

Adobe Collage can add images from the camera as well as from other sites to create mood boards.

Adobe Ideas is mainly for sketching but also has the capability to serve an image as a background and also allows users to draw one layer on top of it.

Adobe Kuler is an application mainly for exploring color themes.

Adobe Proto is an application capable of prototyping mobile applications and websites.

These applications are available for Android 3.1 or higher and are announced at MAX 2011 in October. In addition to that the individual applications will be made available by the first half of 2012.

The Adobe Ideas application is already available on the iOS and they also expect iOS version of the other five versions to be also released in the first half of 2012. 

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Author: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2011-11-20 (Update: 2012-05-26)