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Deal: Create 10 unique apps with the Adobe KnowHow Mobile App Developer Course for 83% off

Posted by wicked August - 17 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

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Building the best mobile applications requires much more than coding knowledge, you’ll also need to know how to deploy, monetize, test, and much more. So if you’re interested in starting a career in mobile application development and would like to start as soon as possible, we’ve got the course for you. Right now, you can pick up the Adobe KnowHow Mobile App Developer Course from the AA Deals Store for a massive 83% off!

This course consists of 9 hours of instruction that will help you build 10 unique apps in 10 weeks. Not only will you be able to test your apps on virtual and actual mobile devices, you’ll also get the rundown on integrating in-app purchasing into your app and placing your finished app in the Google Play Store. The course will also walk you through how to write optimized HTML5 for mobile, how to use CSS3 to create stunning user interfaces, and how to incorporate geolocation services and Google Maps.

This course really has it all! If you’re interested, you can purchase the Adobe KnowHow Mobile App Developer Course for the low price of just $24.99, which is a huge 83% discount. Head to the Android Authority Deals Store link below for more details.

Adobe updates Lightroom app for Android with new editing tools

Posted by wicked July - 21 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

Adobe officially released the Lightroom app for Android back in January and soon received an update to include RAW support and allow access to the microSD. Another update was just released and so the Lightroom for Android version 1.2 is now available.

Lightroom is one program I like to use for editing photos. It’s my go-to software when I need to make images clearer and improve with simple effects. I can’t say the same with the Android version because there are just too many photo editor apps available that seem better but we’re hoping the latest update brings an enhanced Lr for mobile experience.

With this update, you can now crop photos in a different way. You can quickly and easily align, auto-straigten, and align images with the re-designed app. You can also edit images by simply copying adjustments from other images previously edited. This way, editing images can be faster than ever. Adobe also added a new view in Collections. The Segmented view allows a new way to engage with and view the photos on mobile.

The app still features one-click presets and more advanced adjustment tools. If you don’t like the results, you can revert to the original image with one click. It’s a very convenient photo editing app because you can always edit, view, organize, and share photos to everyone from your mobile device to anywhere in the web or across mobile devices.

You can also easily access RAW photos across devices and straight from DSLRS to the mobile device. And if you use Lightroom from other devices, you can sync photo edits, as well as, those metadata and collection information all the time.

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Download Adobe Lightroom from the Google Play Store

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Adobe updates Lightroom app to v1.2

Posted by wicked July - 20 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

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An update has been released today for Adobe’s Lightroom app with a number of bug fixes as well as a few new features.

The new features that come with the update are the ability to copy and paste image adjustments, a redesigned image cropping experience, a new Segmented View in Collections. Adobe also added RAW image support for the Panasonic Lumix CM1 Communication Camera.

Lightroom comes with a free 30-day trial if you are a new user on Adobe’s Creative Cloud service.

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Adobe Updates Lightroom Android App, Cut and Paste Image Edits Included

Posted by Tim-o-tato July - 20 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

An updated version of Lightroom is hitting Google Play from Adobe, bringing a solid list of new features, in addition to a very long list of bug fixes. For new features, Adobe added in the ability to edit images faster by copying previous adjustments, then simply pasting them onto new photos. This should save some time in the editing department, as long as your goal is the same edit for each photo. 

On top of faster image editing, finding your favorite photos has been made easier, thanks to the new Segmented view in the Collections portion of the app. This view allows for a “different way to engage your photos,” meaning users can now save select photos to this section for quicker discovery.

View the official changelog below. Once you are done learning up, go grab it on Google Play.

What’s New

  • Edit images faster by copying image adjustments and pasting them onto another photo
  • Crop the perfect photo with a re-designed experience on your Android device that enables you to quickly adjust, align and auto-straighten.
  • Easily find your favorite images! The new Segmented view in Collections give you a different way to view and engage with your photos.
  • Raw file support for the Panasonic Lumix CM1 Communication Camera

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Adobe Lightroom updated to version 1.2, includes fixes and new features

Posted by wicked July - 20 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

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Earlier this year, Adobe promised that we’d see more Creative Cloud content for Android and so far they’ve held true to their word. Among the first Creative Cloud apps to land on Android was Adobe Lightroom and today it’s getting a fairly decent update. This is a few months after the last update that added better RAW support and support for micro SD cards.

This update is a bit more substantial and includes a few new features and tweaks. They include:

  • Edit images faster by copying image adjustments and pasting them onto another photo
  • Crop the perfect photo with a re-designed experience on your Android device that enables you to quickly adjust, align and auto-straighten.
  • Easily find your favorite images! The new Segmented view in Collections give you a different way to view and engage with your photos.
  • Raw file support for the Panasonic Lumix CM1 Communication Camera

Perhaps the most interesting and useful new feature is the ability to copy image adjustments and pasting them onto other photos. One of the better uses for Lightroom is mass photo adjustment and this helps put the app more in-line with its desktop counterpart. The Segmented view in Collections should also be a welcome addition.

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In addition to the new features and tweaks, there were a number of bug fixes and performance improvements as well. According to the official Adobe Blog, these include:

  • Screen occasionally went blank after changing the orientation from landscape to portrait.
  • Lightroom could crash when customers tap the sign-in button.
  • Fixed issue that could cause crashes when scrolling through a large collection and changing the device orientation from portrait to landscape (or vice versa).
  • Hardware back button was not closing any contextual menus.
  • Slow performance when swiping from image to image.
  • Copying or moving an image into a different collection was not working correctly. Please note that this issue only occurred on certain Samsung tablets.
  • Lightroom sometimes caused automated logouts.
  • Edits not visible when sharing photos to certain 3rd party apps and services.
  • Crash occurred when occasionally navigating from grid view to collections view.

When you put it all together, this is a fairly substantial update for Adobe Lightroom and should correct a lot of issues that many people have been having. If you’re interested in checking it out for yourself, click the button below to pick up the app!

Download Adobe Lightroom from Google Play

Collaborate, organize 3D designs with Fusion 360

Posted by wicked July - 4 - 2015 - Saturday Comments Off

For 3D designers, mobile devices may seem pretty useless for them work-wise, as they would prefer to do all their designing and editing on their more powerful laptops and desktops of course. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be useful for other things, especially if you use the Autodesk Fusion 360 desktop program for product design and development. Now a mobile app version is available to help you organize your files and collaborate with colleagues on certain projects.

The Fusion 360 mobile app allows you to store and view your 3D design files with over 100 data formats supported, including SLDPRT, SAT, IGES, STEP, STL, OBJ, DWG, F3D, SMT, and DFX. You can add colleagues to give them access as well to these files, letting your team review large and small 3D designs and assemblies. The whole team will be able to track your progress on certain projects and view your updates and activties.

You can also choose to zoom, pan, and rotate the designs, all through touch navigation. And if you want to further explore what you or your colleague have made, you can access the design properties, look at the complete parts lists, or even isolate and hide some of the components for easy viewing. You will also be able to post comments on the designs, share it with other stakeholders, and share just screenshots if you choose to do so.

You can download Fusion 360 from the Google Play Store for free. You would need to sign in with your Fusion 360 account though to be able to use this app.

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14 best new Android apps from June of 2015

Posted by wicked June - 29 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

Despite being the beginning of summer, the Android apps and games world was surprisingly active. We had Google I/O 2015 at the beginning of the month and E3 in the middle. The result has been noticeable as we’ve seen quite a few great new things come out this month. Let’s look at the best new Android apps and games from June of 2015.


adobe new Android Apps WeeklyAdobe Photoshop Mix, Color CC, Brush CC, Shape CC

[Price: Free]
Adobe released not one, but four new applications in the month of June. The first is the new Photoshop Mix app that acts as a photo and image editor. It’s not overly powerful but it does a good job. With that was Color CC which helps you discern the colors used in a photo or image, Brush CC that allows you to create and save various brush types, and Shape CC which turns images into vector graphics. They all plug into the Adobe Creative Cloud and they’re all free to download.
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chaos rings iii new Android Apps WeeklyChaos Rings III

[Price: $19.99]
Chaos Rings III is the first of a few large Square Enix releases that we’ll talk about today. Chaos Rings III is an RPG that has you exploring a ruined world to complete missions and find hidden treasures. It features gorgeous, Kingdom Hearts-style graphics, decent music, and a long story line. You can also engage with Battle Mode if you want to take a break from the story. It’s expensive but there’s a lot to do and there are no in app purchases.
Get it on Google Play


cloudplayer by doubletwist new Android Apps WeeklyCloudPlayer by doubleTwist

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
CloudPlayer by doubleTwist is a unique music player because it allows you to play songs from your cloud storage. This is similar to how Google Play Music does things, except CloudPlayer allows you to use OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox to listen to music. The interface is pretty good and other features include a 10-band EQ, AirPlay and Chromecast support, and support for lossless codecs. It’s free to try if you’re interested.
Get it on Google Play
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dragon quest vi new Android Apps WeeklyDragon Quest VI

[Price: $14.99]
Dragon Quest VI is a jRPG out of Square Enix and it joins Dragon Quest IV and V as the trilogy that tells the Zenithian storyline. It features first-person, turn based battles, portrait mode game play, retro graphics, and some side quests and mini-games to give you a break from the main story. In classic Square Enix fashion, the game clocks in with a fairly lofty price tag but there is a long story with dozens of hours of game play and there are no in-app purchases.
Get it on Google Play
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final fantasy tactics new Android apps weeklyFinal Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions

[Price: $13.99]
Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions was a particularly awesome release because the strategy RPG world had been begging for a Tactics game for such a long time. This is a remake of the original PlayStation game with revamped graphics and the menu system has been revamped for touch screen controls. The game play has also been tweaked for touch screens which was surprisingly nice. It’s expensive like all Square Enix titles but it’s a long game and, again, no in-app purchases.
Get it on Google Play
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the gameon project new Android Apps WeeklyThe GameOn Project

[Price: Free]
The GameOn Project is an application that helps you find games. The way it works is you install the app, open it, take a survey, and then you’re recommended games based on how you answered the questions. Listing all the games you know may be tedious and some of the questions are a bit weird, but the results are fairly decent. It’s also totally free with no in-app purchases so it’s worth a shot if you’re looking for games.
Get it on Google Play


google photos best free new Android Apps WeeklyGoogle Photos

[Price: Free]
It feels like a good long time since Google Photos came out but it was a June release. For those who don’t know, Google Photos is a cloud-based photo storage app where you can store an infinite amount of your photos and videos for free as long as you don’t mind Google processing them down a little bit. It also works as a gallery app so you can see your entire collection. It’s simply a must have application.
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Facebook Moments new Android Apps WeeklyMoments

[Price: Free]
Moments is a new application released by Facebook that essentially does the same thing as Google Photos. With this service, you can backup your photos and share them on Facebook, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram as you so choose. Photos can be tagged, searched, and otherwise organized. You can also save photos other people share with you directly to the service. It’s not as powerful as Google Photos, but it’s worth a shot if you’re big into Facebook.
Get it on Google Play


portal by pushbullet new Android Apps WeeklyPortal by Pushbullet

[Price: Free]
Portal by Pushbullet is a new application that helps you move files from your PC to your Android device and vice versa. The interface is done in the flavor of Material Design and it’s extremely easy to set up and use. You can move a file, multiple files, or even whole folders at your whim and you can use the app to browse and open files you’ve transferred. The only caveat is you need Android Lollipop or better to use it.
Get it on Google Play


shoot by bittorent new Android Apps WeeklyShoot by BitTorrent

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Shoot by BitTorrent is a phone-to-phone transfer app that allows you to transfer whatever you need between two Android devices. It works by generating a QR code that the other device scans. Once the connection is made, the file is downloaded. This provides a dead simple solution to those who want to share files whether they’re large or small. The free version is a trial but you can pay for the pro version as an in-app purchase and unlock the app permanently.
Get it on Google Play


seigefall new Android Apps WeeklySeigefall

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Seigefall is a new freemium-strategy game from Gameloft. In terms of game play, it falls somewhere between Boom Beach and Clash of Clash by Supercell but with way better graphics, more control, and more to do. It features a very long campaign mode and plenty of things to upgrade. It is a freemium title so keep that in mind but as far as freemium games go, this is probably among the best that will be released this year.
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Wrap up

If we missed any great new Android apps and games that you thought should be on this list, let us know about them in the comments below! To stay up to date on the latest Android apps and games news, check out our newsletter using the button below!

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Posted by wicked June - 19 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off


galaxy universal remote Android Apps WeeklySponsored by: Galaxy Universal Remote

[Price: $3.99]
The Galaxy Universal Remote app is one of the better remote apps available on the Play Store. It uses a device’s built-in IR blaster to control your TV, set top box, media streamer, and even your camera if you have a supported DSLR. It features a smooth, easy-to-use interface with a bucket load of supported devices and you can get a device supported upon request. There is also Android Wear support so you can control all of these devices using your smartwatch as well! The only caveat is you’ll need a phone with an IR blaster.
Get it on Google Play
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In this week’s episode we’re going to round up all the Android gaming stuff that happened at E3. Hold on to your hats, there was quite a bit!

  • Zynga announced a new strategy game called Dawn of Titans and let me tell you, this game looks impressive! It features some really good graphics and some decent mechanics that should equal up to a fun time. We don’t have a release date yet and here’s hoping Zynga doesn’t wreck it with ridiculously bad in-app purchases.
  • Square Enix fans in particular have a lot to be excited about because the company not only announced a Final Fantasy 7 remake for the PS4, but that Final Fantasy 7 was coming to mobile. The iOS version is due out sometime this year and Android will be along eventually.
  • While we’re on the topic of Square Enix, they also announced Kingdom Hearts Unchained Key for mobile. It takes place during the same stretch of story as the more recent Kingdom Hearts games and has a lot of the same mechanics even if the graphics don’t look as good as console versions.
  • Square Enix also included an announcement for Lara Croft Go, which will be an action adventure puzzle game along the same vein as Hitman Go but during the announcement, they also alluded to some Monument Valley style elements like a more calm experience. We don’t have a release date for this one either but it looks fun.
  • DotEmu has announced that they’ll be porting the classic 2006 PC game Titan Quest to Android later this year. For those who don’t know, Titan Quest is a fighting game where you play historically significant figures as you battle evil mythological creatures. It should be out sometime this year.
  • EA has announced that they’ll be releasing a build-harvest game called Minion’s Paradise. This will likely coincide with the release of the Minions movie that’s due out in theaters next month. If you’ve played Ice Age Village or Nemo’s Reef, you pretty much know what’s going on with this title.
  • Along with that, EA announced a card collecting RPG called Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes. As with any card collecting game, you’ll be collecting cards of iconic characters, ships, etc from all of the movies and you’ll be using them to make your deck stronger. It’s slated to be released later this year.
  • Bethesda had quite a year at E3 for mobile devices as well. They announced that they’ll be bringing a simulation game called Fallout Shelter where you’ll get to control people’s lives, build various places like gyms and bars, and otherwise manage the lives of some people Fallout style. It’s out on iOS now with an Android version coming eventually.
  • Bethesda also announced a card collecting game called The Elder Scrolls: Legends that is also due out sometime this year. If you’ve played Hearthstone, then you pretty much know what this game is about. It’s a similar premise but it takes place in the Elder Scrolls universe instead of the Warcraft universe.
  • Telltale Games, makers of the popular Walking Dead series games have announced The Walking Dead: Michonne. This covers the story of Michonne from issue 126 through 139 of the comic book series which hasn’t been covered in any of the other games. This one is coming to mobile but also to console and PC so you can play it wherever.
  • Starbreeze Studios has announced that it will be bringing the Payday franchise to Android. For those who don’t know, Payday is a moderately popular first person shooter that was originally launched back in 2011 for PC and the Playstation 3. They’re working on developing a mobile friendly version of it and we have no idea when it’ll be out.
  • A new Torchlight game was also announced this week called Torchlight Mobile. This is an action RPG title similar to Diablo and the Torchlight franchise has done well on PC in the past. We don’t have a release date but it is coming sometime this year.
  • Gameloft had a busy E3 as they announced a few games, but most notably Siegefall. Seigefall is, for lack of a better term, a Clash of Clans clone. It has some decent graphics, heroes, and a much longer campaign mode. It uses gems to upgrade stuff faster using in-app purchases if you want to.
  • Back to EA for a moment. They showed off their upcoming FIFA 2016 title which we anticipate will be as popular as the 2015 and 2014 variants. It has some decent graphics and controls. It will most likely be free with in-app purchases similar to their earlier titles. Be prepared for that this summer.

For more information, you can find links to all of these stories in our E3 master list where we round up all the videos and news from E3 this last week! Since I do make this on Thursday, there’s likely some smaller announcements that I didn’t get to in the video so it’s worth checking out.


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Now let’s get to some regular headlines from the last week:

  • LastPass had a security breach this last week that prompted the company to encourage everyone to change their master passwords. We understand that it wasn’t a major breach with no important information getting leaked and that the password change is a precaution.
  • A new Humble Bundle was released this last week. It features eight games with more coming soon. If you pay the minimum $1, you will get four of the games and if you beat the average, you’ll get every game available in the bundle. As usual, it’s a great way to give to charity and try out some new games!
  • In an effort to promote its new family friendly section, the Google Play Store is now offering a free app of the day. Unfortunately, it’s only in the family friendly selection of applications which only affects those who use that section, but it’s still a pretty fun little promotion.
  • We’ve known for a while now that Cortana is coming to Android but we didn’t know when. Microsoft has announced that a beta version will be showing up this July. We’ll have more details when they become available.
  • In our last headline this week, YouTube will be taking on Twitch with its YouTube Gaming platform which is set to release this summer. Some folks at Ars Technica got to take a look at it early and it seems to look pretty nice. We’ll know more when it gets released this summer.

For even more headlines, app updates, and new releases, don’t forget to check out this week’s newsletter. There we’ll have all the content we didn’t have time for here. If you want, you can sign up with your email and get all of this stuff sent straight to your email inbox every single Friday.

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Facebook Moments Android Apps WeeklyMoments

[Price: Free]
Moments is a new application from Facebook that is kind of a direct response to Google Photos. Using the service, you can backup all of your photos to one place and then you can share them to Facebook, Instagram, or Facebook Messenger. You can sync multiple photos, use the photo search feature, and even save photos other people send to you. It doesn’t quite have the power of Google Photos, but it’s a fun option for those who primarily use Instagram or Facebook.
Get it on Google Play


shoot by bittorent Android Apps WeeklyShoot

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Shoot is an app by BitTorrent that allows you to share files between Android devices. Here’s how it works. The device with the file will create a QR code. The other device will scan it and then the connection will be made and the file will download. It’s very easy to use and to understand once you get in there and actually use the app. It’s also totally free to use but beware of those release day bugs!
Get it on Google Play


cloudplayer by doubletwist Android Apps WeeklyCloudPlayer by doubleTwist

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
CloudPlayer by doubleTwist is a new music player that does something quite unique. It can connect to your cloud storage accounts such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and more and play any music stored there. This essentially turns your cloud storage into your music player in a way that few apps have been able to accomplish. It also enjoys AirPlay and Chromecast support, a 10-band EQ, and Material Design.
Get it on Google Play
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portal by pushbullet Android Apps WeeklyPortal by Pushbullet

[Price: Free]
Portal is another file transfer application but this one was developed by Pushbullet. This aims to simplify the process of transferring files from your computer to your Android device and back again. It allows you to transfer multiple files and even entire folders at once. You can include photos, videos, documents, and more. The only caveat is that you’ll need a device running Android 5.0 or later in order to use this app.
Get it on Google Play


adobe Android Apps WeeklyAdobe Photoshop Mix, Shape CC, Brush CC, and Color CC

[Price: Free]
This week Adobe released not one, but four applications to the Play Store. They include Photoshop Mix, Shape CC, Brush CC, and Color CC. Photoshop Mix is a light photo editing application with a slew of editing options, Shape CC allows you to take images of things and turn them into vector graphics, Brush CC turns images into brushes for later use, and Color CC helps you determine what color things are in photos. These are all potentially useful tools that are all free to use in the Play Store right now.
Get it on Google Play
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Wrap up

If we missed any great Android apps or games news, let us know in the comments! Have a great weekend everyone.

Adobe launches four new mobile design apps on Android

Posted by wicked June - 16 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

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.

With Photoshop Mix, you get to make basic adjustments to your photos. like cutting out some parts of the images or combining photos together to make a collage or to make just one image. You can also change the photo’s color and contrast or enhance either the image itself or just a part of the image. Meanwhile, Color CC lets you create themes or hues through your photos that you can later on use for your desktop apps like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign.

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Meanwhile, Shape CC lets you convert your captured images into vector graphics that you can use in the desktop apps like Photoshop and Illustrator. Whether it’s a picture that you took or a sketch you’re working on, you can now make it into a usable shape that you can play around with. Lastly, Brush CC makes high-quality digital brushes from your photos and graphics, and again, you’ll be able to use them on other Adobe products.

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All of these four apps are free to download from the Google Play Store. But if you’re a Creative Cloud subscriber, you will be able to use the desktop compatibility as well as the cloud storage so you can save your files even while mobile and then use them on other apps.

Adobe releases Photoshop Mix, Shape CC, Brush CC and Color CC for Android

Posted by wicked June - 16 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

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It’s a big day for Adobe users who also happen to be Android fans. Adobe has launched four new apps for Google’s mobile operating system. These include Adobe Photoshop Mix, Shape CC, Brush CC and Color CC.

What makes this such a huge deal is that we are finally seeing Adobe becoming more invested in our favorite platform. We have clearly seen them give preference to iOS all along. It’s understandable, as Android has so many form factors, screen sizes and other impediments which make it harder to develop for it. Adobe also has to realize Android is the biggest mobile platform in the world, though. We deserve some love too!

But back to the topic. As it goes with all Adobe mobile apps, these are not really replacements to any full-fledged programs. Instead, these apps mean to compliment complete PC applications like Photoshop, Lightroom and others. By the way, you can only use these if you are a Creative Cloud subscriber, which seems to be the norm for most Adobe apps nowadays. Regardless, let’s go over these and tell you what they are all about.

Adobe Photoshop Mix

Adobe Photoshop Mix offers a bit of fun for those who are fans of manipulating their images on the go. You can do things like cut out and remove parts of your images. Then go on and combine your images, adjust colors and easily share your creations to social media. By the way, it’s non-destructive, so your original images won’t be ruined if you don’t happen to do a great job from time to time.

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Adobe Shape CC

It’s hard to convert the real world into a digital image, but with tools like Adobe Shape CC you can really take things to a whole new level. This application allows you to take figures from images taken with any smartphone or tablet and turn them into vector graphics to use with Adobe Illustrator CC or Photoshop CC.

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Adobe Brush CC

This one is a bit similar to Shape CC, but Adobe Brush CC turns your images into brushes you can later use in Photoshop or Illustrator. As you can see in the images below, you can work with patterns, flowers and more.

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Adobe Color CC

The hardest part about recreating a real-life scenario on a screen is that it’s so easy to use a color that is slightly off from what it should be. This is what makes Adobe Color CC such an amazing tool. It allows you to take colors from your surroundings by using the camera. The app will keep track of color the camera captures and create pallets, which you can later use in Photoshop or Illustrator. I have to say this one is my favorite out of the 4, just because it will make your job so much easier when designing an image in which color accuracy really matters.

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