by November 16, 2011 0 comments

Adobe Systems announced the availability of the Adobe Touch Apps in the
Android Market. The family of Adobe Touch Apps comprises of six touch
screen apps to bring professional-level creativity to millions of
tablet users. Designed to work with both finger and stylus input, the
apps address multiple areas of the creative process: Adobe Photoshop
Touch 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. Announced at MAX 2011 in October, the apps are
available  for Android 3.1 or higher. Adobe Ideas is already on
iOS and Adobe expects iOS versions of the other five apps to be
available in early 2012.
In addition to availability as individual apps, Adobe Touch Apps will
be essential components of Adobe Creative Cloud, a new initiative
expected in the first half of 2012. Adobe Creative Cloud will be a
worldwide hub for creativity, with membership options that will enable
users to access desktop and tablet applications, find essential
creative services and share their best work. With the creative file
capabilities of Adobe Creative Cloud launched today, files created via
Adobe Touch Apps will be able to be shared, viewed across devices or
transferred into Adobe Creative Suite software for further refinement —
all key features of Adobe’s vision for the Creative Cloud.

Pricing and Availability
The six Adobe Touch Apps for creative professionals are immediately
available on the Android Market, at an introductory price of $USD9.99
each. The Touch Apps are available in most geographies in English. The
Adobe Touch Apps will run on tablets running Android 3.1 or higher with
a minimum 8.9”screen size and resolution of 1280 x 800. Adobe Ideas is
currently available in the iTunes App Store for $USD5.99. Adobe expects
iOS versions for all Touch Apps to be available in early 2012. The
Adobe Touch Apps integrate with the creative file viewing, sharing and
transfer features of the Adobe Creative Cloud also made available

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