2015 Creative Cloud Apps For Android
We said that we were working on Android versions of the Creative Cloud mobile apps, and here is the first batch: Adobe Photoshop Mix, Adobe Color CC, Adobe Brush CC, and Adobe Shape CC. And stay tuned, we're not done yet.
2015 PhoneGap Docs Revamped
Product docs news is seldom blogworthy, but here's an exception. The PhoneGap docs have been completely overhauled, brand new content has been published, and lots more is on the way (as Holly Schinsky explains).
2015 Looking For Android Beta Testers
We're looking for beta testers for our upcoming Android apps. Interested? Apply here.
2015 Scott Belsky On Mobile Creativity
Scott Belsky, founder of Behance, publisher of 99U, and VP Products & Community at Adobe, weighs in on the role of mobile devices within the creative process.
2015 Creative Cloud Apple Watch Apps
We've released three new apps to extend Creative Cloud to your Apple Watch, as David Macy explains.
2015 David Pogue On Slate
2015 Voice And Slate On Twitter
Looking for examples created with Adobe Voice and Adobe Slate? Try searching Twitter for hashtags #MadeWithVoice and #MadeWithSlate respectively. Oh, and while you are at it, you can use #MadeWithClip for movies created with Adobe Premiere Clip.
2015 Creative Cloud And Android
We've released lots of great Creative Cloud apps for iOS. But what about us Android users? Good news! The Creative Cloud team has just announced that Android versions of the apps are on the way.
2015 Adobe Comp CC Released
I was privileged to be able to introduce Khoi Vinh and Adobe Comp during MAX 2014 Sneaks, and today Comp CC is available for download. Use Comp CC to create layouts on your iPad at the touch of a finger. Comp CC transforms natural drawing gestures into crisp graphics, and lets you send your comps to Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign to finish on your desktop.
2015 Adobe Illustrator Draw Now On iPhone
Adobe Illustrator Draw, originally only available for iPad, has just been released for iPhone. It is optimized for the larger screens (think iPhone 6 and 6 Plus), but works on any iPhone running iOS 7.1 or later. Draw on iPhone differs from Draw for iPad in only two ways, there's no stylus or Touch Slide support, and no integration with Adobe Shape CC. Other than that, Draw for iPhone provides the same intuitive and innovative vector drawing tools and controls organized in the same UI as Draw for iPad. You can download the new Draw from the iTunes App Store, and you'll find more details in this blog post