Today, Adobe introduce six new Adobe Creative Suite application for Android. Those six apps include Adobe Photoshop Touch, Collage, Debut, Ideas, Kuller and Proto. Adobe hope that users will be able to fulfill their creative needs with these new tablet-optimized application.
Adobe Photoshop touch feature similar functionality that desktop version has. Off course with some new features added. Gesture input is required to navigate through apps menu and do such things like transform an image. There’s also new scribble tool that allow users to remove certain object from existing image by simply scribbling their hand on it.
While Adobe Collage feature expandable digital canvas that allow users to combine some photo, drawings, or text to create beautiful collage. It is also possible to add certain color scheme to the current collage.
If you’re need for some presentation application, Adobe Debut is one of available alternative. Make your presentation file in other apps you prefer and you can show the file in Adobe Debut. It also come with markup pen, so you can make some notes during or after your presentation.
Adobe Ideas will maximize the usage of your stylus to create some vector based image. You can create smooth stroke on a blank canvas directly, the moment after you launch the application.
Adobe Kuler offer color scheme creation. You can saved the scheme for view purpose only, or used it on another Adobe application later.
Adobe Inc. also announce the Adobe Creative Suite cloud feature. Users will be able to access their work on both desktop and mobile version of the apps. It also support integration between Adobe application. For example, if you already saved your work on Adobe Photoshop Touch, you’ll be able to open your file on your desktop computer and edit it using Adobe Illustrator. However, these Creative Suite will be available on early 2012.
David Wadhwani, the Adobe’s Digital Media Business Unit vice manager, said that this android version of creative suite will change the way people use their tablet. Users will express their creativity easier.tags: Adobe, Adobe Touch, Android, Android Apps, Introduce, Market