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Adobe launches four new mobile design apps on Android

A few weeks ago, Adobe announced that they were discontinuing their Photoshop Touch app, which was the closest you could get to the desktop Photoshop on your mobile devices. That is because their philosophy now is that instead of having an all-in-one app, they will focus on creating several ones that would be able to perform core tasks. Now you can welcome four new apps from them to your Android devices: Photoshop Mix, Color CC, Brush CC, and Shape CC.

Adobe Lightroom update: RAW support, access to microSD

Sometimes, you need to work on your photographs in the RAW. Okay, we don't actually mean photo editing while you're butt naked, but if you're a real photographer, you know we mean the RAW file format, or the yet "unprocessed" shots you take with your camera. The latest update to Adobe Lightroom brings you the ability to work with RAW images, but with a slight caveat, especially if you're using older Android devices.

Adobe Reader gets major redesign, now called Acrobat DC

You've been using the PDF format for decades now, and when mobile devices started getting smarter, you eventually got an app as well. But it's been some years since anything major happened to the Adobe Reader app, but now they're making up for almost 5 years of inactivity by redesigning the entire Android app, and renaming it to Acrobat DC. No, the company has not been bought by a comic book publisher, but it stands for Document Cloud.

Adobe Fill & Sign lets you sign and digitize docs

Facsimile may be a thing of the past but believe it or not, there are still businesses who use it. Not that I'm totally against it but there are several modern and techie ways to make things digital. There's a big need now to turn documents into digital files. This way, you can easily save, store, and send them electronically to whoever. You don't need to print or fax documents with the Adobe Fill & Sign.

Adobe Lightroom now available for Android devices

Mobile photo editors are a dime a plenty, but if it comes from a developer that has made its brand name as a verb meaning you've retouched your photos, then you might want to pay attention to it. Adobe Lightroom is now available for Android, bringing their popular photo editor and its powerful tools to your smartphone. While it is of course a little lesser than its desktop app, it still is a pretty handy tool for mobile photographers as you edit on the go.

Aviary releases updated Photo Editor, now under Adobe

When Adobe bought Aviary a few months ago, fans of their photo editing app were a bit excited to see what it would mean for their products moving forward. Well, the wait is over as the updated Photo Editor has finally been released on Android. It brings with it syncing capability with Adobe's Creative Cloud, as well as a hose of initial offer freebies and tools that should make mobile photo editing enthusiasts ahappy.

Adobe Creative Cloud now in preview mode on Android

For designers and creative people that are dependent on Adobe's suite of products (Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, etc), it can sometimes be a pain to work mobile-wise, as you often cannot carry those programs and the files on your smartphone or tablet. Adobe has now shown a sort-of workaround to that with the launch, or at least preview, of the Adobe Creative Cloud for Android devices.
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