This week the Adobe MAX conference is taking place, and the Adobe today took the opportunity to announce a series of news in its line of mobile apps.
The first two are really new apps, Photoshop Fix and Capture CC:
Adobe Photoshop Fix the power of Photoshop retouching for everyone, anywhere.
Built on Photoshop technology, Photoshop Fix allows you to perform deep touch-ups and restores on images on your iPad or iPhone. Heal, smooth, liquefy, clear and make other edits and adjustments that will give the precise look you are looking for. Log in to Adobe Creative Cloud to access edited photos directly from other Adobe mobile and desktop apps to further refine them or use them in other creative projects thanks to Adobe CreativeSync.
Quickly capture, edit and share design assets created exclusively including brushes, colors, filters and shapes for use in applications such as Adobe Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC. Brush CC, Color CC, Hue CC and Shape CC, all in one place.
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Several apps have also been updated:
Combine more than two layers, sophisticated blending, compatibility with Photoshop Fix and Comp CC.
Watercolor paint brushes, customize your toolbar, perspective and graphic grids, more shapes, integration with Adobe Stock and import from Illustrator Line.
Now it offers its editing tools within the iOS Photos app itself, new user experience, support for Adobe CreativeSync, direct import from Dropbox and Facebook, among others.
Free Lightroom, better photos in moments, overcome the fog, make amazing photos faster, complete color control, Light, camera, action, find your photos faster.
Same as above, only for iPads.
Customize your toolbar, perspective and graph grids and integrate with Adobe Stock.
Support for iPhone, simplified workflow, integration with Adobe Stock, editing images in Photoshop Mix and Photoshop Fix, linked assets, guides and grids.
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Automatic video creation, synchronize to music, photo movement, Lightroom collections, grid display and improved experience.
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In addition to these mobile news, Adobe is also delivering some updates for its desktop apps including natural touch gestures (for Apple's trackpads, for example), UX design tools, video performance improvements, among others.