“The Future of Adobe Creative Apps” looks into the possible future of Adobe products and provides a glimpse of it on Microsoft tablet devices. From Adobe’s description:
Now, your greatest work can happen anywhere. With new, connected Creative Cloud apps and services, you have all the tools and assets you need to create amazing work across desktop and mobile devices. There are plans for everyone, including students, photographers, and small and medium business.
New mobile apps extend the power of Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro to your devices. Go out and capture inspiration. Sketch and draw. Edit photos and make videos. Then come back and refine your work on the desktop with an unmatched set of creative tools. Read more.
The amazing vision of the future of creativity was explored recently at The Verge, specifically the new developments between Microsoft and Adobe. From The Verge:
‘Photoshop isn’t the easiest app to use on a touchscreen, but Adobe is quickly beginning to change that. It officially began supporting touch gestures on Windows 8 today — including the ability to zoom, pan, and rotate — after starting to publicly test them early this year. But more important for the long run, Adobe is working on some interface changes that’ll make the app designed for use with touch, rather than having touch support grafted onto it.’ Read more.
The Future of Adobe Creative Apps on Microsoft Devices
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