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Adobe renews its line of illustration, image and video apps for iOS

Taking advantage of the annual Adobe MAX event that starts today, Adobe renewed its entire line of illustration, image and video apps for iOS. They are free for Creative Cloud subscribers.

Check them all out below.

Illustration


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With a modern approach to the art of drawing and sketching, Adobe Illustrator Line allows you to draw straight lines, geometric shapes, perspective view and more. Line reinvented traditional design tools, such as rulers, squares and shape models for the mobile environment.


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Create beautiful free-form vector illustrations wherever you are with Adobe Illustrator Draw. Draw combines all its Adobe Ideas vector drawing tools and resources with a modern and easy to use interface. The design features that allow you to create perfect lines and shapes and support for Adobe Ink and Slide, Touch Slide and Adobe Shape CC allow any idea or inspiration to be transformed into a divine design, which can be edited in Illustrator CC directly on your desktop .

Image


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Create rich and expressive drawings with Adobe Photoshop Sketch, which offers you natural drawing tools, custom brushes from Adobe Brush CC and an entire community of creative minds at your fingertips, allowing you to express yourself aesthetically from anywhere.


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Combine the power of Adobe Photoshop software with the convenience of mobility and get creative, easy-to-use photo editing on your iPad (see recommended devices below). Non-destructive photo enhancements, selections, cropping and mixing of images and more in addition to a workflow connected to the Creative Cloud that provides even more creative possibilities.


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Edit and organize images on your iPad anywhere, anytime. Enhance everything from smartphone photos to raw DSLR camera images using the most advanced and well-known tools. Automatically sync all your edits on the mobile device with Lightroom 5 on the desktop. Easily share all your photos on social networks. With Adobe Lightroom mobile, your photography will level up.


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Edit and organize images on your iPhone anywhere, anytime. Enhance everything from smartphone photos to raw DSLR camera images using the most advanced and well-known tools. Automatically sync all your edits on the mobile device with Lightroom 5 on the desktop. Easily share all your photos on social networks. With Adobe Lightroom mobile, your photography will level up.

Video


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Adobe Premiere Clip makes it quick and easy to create amazing videos. Capture the moment by recording a video wherever you are, and then use Premiere Clip to stitch together clips and add the finishing touches that will make your video look and sound great. Projects sync between all your devices automatically, so you can start on one device and continue your edits on another. Do you want to take your project forward? Submit it to Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Connected to Adobe Creative Cloud, Premiere Clip makes video editing simple.

CC Capture


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Draw brushes in a playful way and with high quality, from photos of what inspires you. Apply these brushes perfectly in Photoshop, Illustrator or Adobe Sketch.


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Adobe Shape is a simple and fun way to capture and create and edit vector shapes on your iPhone whenever inspiration arises. Shapes are saved in Creative Cloud Libraries, so you can access them in Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC and more.


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Your favorite color app has a new name. Adobe Kuler now Adobe Color CC. With Adobe Color CC, you have a simple and fun way to capture inspiring color combinations whenever you want. Just point the camera at something colorful and Adobe Color CC immediately extracts a series of colors. You can share your themes with friends via Facebook, Twitter or email. You can also share the image that inspired the theme.

(via 9to5Mac)