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Adobe outs Touch Apps for Android creative types

Adobe has launched a new suite of Touch Apps for the artists and photo editors out there that like to work on the go. The apps support Android devices and allow the user to have some of the functionality that is found in Adobe Creative Suite. These apps were announced last month and can be picked up right now on the Android Market with each priced at $9.99.

Former Flash boss slams Adobe, stock price plunges

Earlier today Adobe made a very unpopular decision: it's abandoning development of Flash for mobile platforms, including Android, as part of a company-wide restructuring effort. Shareholders likewise abandoned their Adobe stock, closing out the trading day with an almost 8% loss, up from even greater losses in the morning. To add insult to injury, former Adobe executive Carlos Icaza told Read Write Web that the company ignored his call to focus on touchscreen displays way back in 2007, leading him to leave his job and get an incredible amount of post-employment vindication right about now.

Adobe officially halts development on Flash for Android

Much speculation has been going on this morning about Adobe's future plans for the mobile platform, and now it's finally official. After some recent cutbacks including hundreds of layoffs, Adobe will halt major development on Flash for Android, instead focusing on HTML5, with the effort that went into flash transitioning to the Adobe AIR platform for app development. Bug fixes and security support (a critical part of the attack-prone Flash) will continue, and at least one more major release will be posted, Flash 11.1.

Adobe Flash Player 11 hits Android Market

We mentioned yesterday that early this morning Flash Player 11 would hit the Android market. The new Flash Player is on the market right now for you to download. Adobe does point out that before you download and install of Flash Player 11 you need to be sure that you are on the latest version of the Android OS and that your firmware is up to date. Android 3.0 tablets need to be updated to Android 3.1 before installing.

Adobe unveils more powerful Photoshop Touch

Let's face it: Photoshop Mobile is a joke. It's not really an image editor as much as it's a tweaker, an app that's just about worth its free price tag and doesn't really live up to the Photoshop name. Now that tablets with the screen real estate and horsepower to take advantage of more traditional photo editing exist, Adobe wants to take advantage of them with Photoshop Touch for Honeycomb.

Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 available tonight for download

Today Adobe is rocking the news with their MAX conference. They have just announced the much anticipated Adobe Flash Player 11 will be available starting tonight for multiple platforms, including Android. Same rules apply for Air 3.0 and they will be available tonight at 9:00 PM PT or early morning for you East Coast folks. The latest Flash updates will bring significant changes that were detailed in-depth back in September.

Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 Announced, Promises stable Flash, 3D and more

Today on the official Adobe Blog Adobe has outlined plenty of what we will see in the future. With Flash Player 11, AIR 3, 3D and console quality gaming and more all across multiple platforms and especially mobile, all thanks to Flash 11 and AIR 3. According to Adobe these updates will bring the “next generation of immersive apps across platforms including Android, iOS (via AIR), BlackBerry Tablet OS, Mac OS, Windows, connected TVs and other platforms.”

Adobe updates Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5 to support more platforms

Adobe has announced that it has updated some of its software for devs to allow the developers to use the platform for new platforms. The update is for Adobe Flash builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5. The two platforms were updated for support with Android in April of this year. The new update also allows the platforms to be used to develop for other OS' including the iPhone, iPad, and Blackberry PlayBook.

Adobe Flash 10.3 and Air both have updates in Market

It looks like Adobe hasn't wasted any time adding some fixes or updated to these two popular apps in the Android Market. Just last week Flash got updated to 10.3 and brought some welcomed changes and updates for Android 3.1 and Honeycomb tablets. This update today doesn't say much, but updates must be good right.
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