Adobe Launches Its First Creative Cloud Mobile Apps On Android

After much outcry by Android users – and keep your promise – Adobe has released four Creative Cloud applications in Google Play Store.

Photoshop Mix well, called “capture applications” Adobe – Color DC and DC Brush Shape CC – previously only in IOS, are now out for Android.

Either iOS or Android, these applications are part of Adobe’s mobile strategy to provide more applications with discrete functions instead of a single application covering all Photoshop. This keeps focused and easily accessible to people who need to concentrate on a particular function operations.

Mix combines images, change color and otherwise improve photos, letting you share composites with friends through social networks and send photos to the desktop Photoshop CC to continue working.
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Form CC allows you to capture and convert images into vector graphics for use in DC Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop CC.

It can be used to convert DC brush pictures or graphics in only brushes for use in CC CC Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop. Color QC lets you sample colors in a scene to create themes for use in Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop.
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In addition, Adobe is releasing its stable Hue DC iOS application that lets you create custom filters and searching video applications, Adobe Premiere Pro, Premiere and After Effects Clip CC.

Preview CC, also now available, allowing you to preview your designs in multiple iOS devices.

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All applications are free and available to anyone, whether or not members of subscription service Creative Cloud.

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