Adobe's New Apps in Focus
Adobe is making it easy for designers to work on projects whenever inspiration strikes, as the company unveiled a variety of updated and new mobile apps at its annual Adobe MAX Conference.
The suite of iOS apps offer new design tools and feature improved syncing with the company’s Creative Cloud. Learn more about the new apps below and in the App Watch section of Website Magazine’s November issue.
Updates to Photoshop Mix extend the app’s precise mobile composition capabilities and integration with Photoshop CC. With the app, designers can leverage a variety of tools to edit photos on their iPad, including photo enhancement tools and tools for cutting out and combining images.
Previously Adobe Ideas, the Illustrator Draw app enables designers to create freeform vector illustrations. The app integrates with Illustrator CC and features enhanced support for Adobe Ink and Slide.
This precision drawing app is ideal for drafting. The app integrates with Illustrator CC and offers tools to helps designers draw straight lines, geometric shapes, perspective views and more.
With Adobe Brush CC, designers can create unique brushes that can be leveraged in Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC and Adobe Illustrator Sketch. The app can turn any photograph into a brush, enabling designers to create a variety of brushes that range from photorealistic to painterly.
Formerly known as Adobe Kuler, Adobe Color CC is a handy tool for capturing inspiring color themes. Users can leverage the app to extract a series of colors from photos as well as refine color themes with the app’s interactive color wheel or RGB slider.