Adobe launched the strong graphics suite exclusively designed for Android tablets. Last month, Adobe announced the Adobe Creative Cloud for professional level creative artists using Android tablets. Now, the same designing suite appears in the market with the following apps- Adobe Photoshop Touch, Adobe Collage, Adobe Debut, Adobe Ideas, Adobe Kuler, and Adobe Proto. The apps are available from Android market for $9.99 each, which is quite affordable. At the same time, Adobe promised to launch the same apps for iOS based devices, which is still under pending. However, Adobe Ideas is available for iOS devices. For a brief understanding -
Adobe Photoshop Touch - Transforms image with core Photoshop features in an app designed for tablets. Combines image, apply professional effects and share results with friends and family via Facebook, and more.
Adobe Collage for moodboards - Assemble moodboards combining images, drawings, and text. capture and refine concepts by combining inspirational images, drawings, text, and files from select Adobe Creative Suite components into modern, conceptual moodboards and finally share with others.
Adobe Debut for presenting and reviewing creative work - It lets you elegantly present select Adobe Creative Suite designs to clients and colleagues virtually anywhere with confidence and complete control.
Adobe Ideas for sketching - It lets you design almost anywhere using vectors, layers, and color themes. Create finished design work ready for production or easily access the results for refining in Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop.
Adobe Kuler for exploring color themes - Allows the user to generate color themes that can inspire any design project. Explore hundreds of thousands of color themes created by the Kuler community – a vibrant social network of color enthusiasts.
Adobe Proto for website and mobile app prototyping - To create wireframes of websites and apps on your tablet. Design interactive wireframes and prototypes for websites and mobile apps with the convenience of simple touch gestures.
Along with this launch, Adobe takes advantage in introducing Cloud-based collaboration system that allows the tablet users to open native Photoshop and other files, edit and return back to the same working when they're at their desktop. This options usually overtakes the manual sync or export to PC tasks.