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Adobe Creative Cloud for Teams

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Adobe’s new service offers cloud based solutions especially for groups from small agencies to large organizations. Customers can reach the latest, always current versions of Adobe’s state-of-the-art desktop apps and services, tools like Photoshop, Illustrator and as well as the new HTML5 tools like Muse and Edge.

Adobe Photoshop Touch comes to Android smartphones

Adobe has released a smartphone version of the Photoshop Touch app that tablet users have enjoyed for some time. Available for $4.99 in the Google Play Store, it has all the core capabilities, including adding effects, crop, retouch, filters, sharing, and more. Additionally, the app comes with 2GB of storage in Adobe Creative Cloud. Note that you will need an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone if you would like to install the app.

Adobe Connect Mobile 2.0 brings added hosting controls to Android

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Adobe this week announced release of Adobe Connect Mobile 2.0 which brings expanded hosting capabilities and control to the mobile experience. Those of you business users with Android tablets and smartphones will find that the 2.0 app gives full meeting administration, new sharing options, and more control over presentations.

Adobe Finally Pull Flash From Android

android flashToday I bring you the news that Adobe are finally pulling Flash from the Android world. After realizing that HTML5 will be the format to lead the mobile world forward, Adobe has decided that they can’t compete any longer. Adobe originally had hopes that they would bring a rich multimedia experience to the mobile and PC world, sadly this appears to no longer be the case.

Adobe Reader gets eSignature feature in latest Android update

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Adobe today announced a significant update to its Adobe Reader app for Android devices which includes the ability to sign documents from a mobile device. The eSignature feature makes it a breeze to sign, comment, or annotate PDF documents with the swipe of a finger. The technology behind the update is called Adobe EchoSign and it's also included in the new Adobe Reader update for desktops as well.

Adobe Flash 11.1 Hits The Android Market With Support For Android 4.0

adobe flashAdobe promised that it would update Flash to support devices running Android 4.0 before the end of the year, and it has now made good on that promise - just in time for the U.S release of the Galaxy Nexus, no less.

Officially: No more Adobe Flash for moblie devices

ZDNet was the first to announce that Adobe would be stopping all development on mobile devices on its Tech Broiler blog. The statement says that Adobe will stop all development of Flash for Android devices and focus its efforts on HTML 5 and other mobile apps. This was recently confirmed by Adobe on their own blog.

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