Transforms the usage of tablets, from mere consumption devices to vehicles
Adobe has released its Touch Apps in the Android Market to bring professional-level creativity to millions of tablet users.
Adobe Touch Apps address multiple areas of the creative process: Adobe PhotoshopTouch for image editing; Adobe Collage for moodboards; Adobe Debut for presenting and reviewing creative work; Adobe Ideas for sketching; Adobe Kuler for exploring color themes; and Adobe Proto for website and mobile app prototyping.
The new Adobe Touch Apps include: Adobe Photoshop Touch; Adobe Collage; Adobe Debut; Adobe Ideas; and Adobe Proto.
With Adobe Photoshop Touch, users can transform images with core Photoshop features, in an app custom-built for tablets. It includes Scribble Selection Tool that allows users to easily extract objects in an image by simply scribbling on what to keep and, then, what to remove. Additionally, the app helps users quickly find images, share creations and view comments through integration with Facebook and Google search.
Adobe Collage helps creatives capture and refine ideas and concepts by allowing them to combine inspirational images, drawings, text and Creative Suite files into modern, conceptual moodboards wheraas Adobe Debut allows users to present designs to clients and stakeholders virtually anywhere.
Adobe Ideas is vector-based tool for drawing where user can view the smooth picture at any zoom level and can choose color themes and pull in tablet-compatible image files that can be controlled as separate layers.
Adobe Kuler makes it easy to generate color themes that can inspire any design project and Adobe Proto enables the development of interactive wireframes and prototypes for websites and mobile apps on a tablet
Adobe Digital Media Business Unit senior vice president and general manager David Wadhwani said Adobe Touch Apps will transform how people use tablets, from mere consumption devices to vehicles for expression and creativity.
"Our touch apps will be a key component in Adobe’s full Creative Cloud offering, coming in 2012," said Wadhwani.