In news that is sure to delight enterprise users, Adobe has brought EchoSign, its e-signature service, to Android. E-signature services, which enjoy wide use in the corporate world, help to expedite the signing of legal documents by providing the means to serve them on electronic devices. (more…)
One of the best features of iOS is Photo Stream, an iCloud connected service that allows users to upload pictures to be shared in an album only select friends and family members can view. Android, though it now has Google+ backup of photos, still doesn’t feature an easy medium for friends and family members to upload pictures into one album. Adobe Revel, which has been on iOS for three years now, looks to fix this by coming over to Android with a nifty suite of features.
An updated version of Photoshop Express hit Google Play this morning, version 2.0, bringing a redone user interface as well as additional features. The app has been rebuilt from ground up and is completely compatible with Android 4.4. It’s good to see Adobe still loves Android.
Adobe focused on making the app easier to use, placing popular tools and features at the top of menus when editing photos, such as preselected filters, as well as adjustment settings for brightness, cropping, red eye detection, and the popular auto correct feature. (more…)
This morning, Adobe released Photoshop Touch for iOS and Android smartphones. Previously only available for tablets, Adobe was able to shrink this powerful program down into a smaller-display friendly app and slap a $5 price tag on it. Much like the tablet version, Photoshop Touch brings countless editing features right to those gorgeous fingers of yours. (more…)
Today, Adobe pushed out an update to Photoshop Touch that brings some very classy features and bug fixes. For starters, there are two new effects called Shred and Colorize for you to utilize, two new languages (Russian and Portuguese), and the ability to edit images up to 12MP while still retaining the high quality of image. (more…)
If you missed the deadline to download Adobe Flash to your Android device, or yours runs Jelly Bean, then Flash Downloader is an option for you to get official Flash installed. It’s a Google Play app that when opened, initiates the download of a Flash .apk from Adobe’s servers. It doesn’t get much cleaner than this.
Tomorrow is the day that Adobe marked as the beginning of the end for Flash on Android. Starting tomorrow, updates of Flash from Google Play will be limited to those who already have it installed on their device. Meaning, no fresh installs – only updates. Development of mobile Flash for Android was killed off in November, but the software has seen updates from time to time for security fixes.
As mentioned plenty of times previously, the newest version of Android is unsupported by Flash, so many users out there basically have no use for the application. If you’re running a device that does allow for the install of Flash, you may want to install it today before it’s gone for good.