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Photoshop Sketch summons spirit of Bob Ross for iPad Pro

Photoshop Sketch summons spirit of Bob Ross for iPad Pro

The iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil are being used in a video series made by Adobe in collaboration with Bob Ross, Inc. These videos are a part of a four-part series showing what one might do with the iPad Pro, the Apple Pencil, and the app Adobe Photoshop Sketch. Digital painting is done, happy little trees are made. You'll begin with a lovely, beautiful white, blank canvas, and from there you'll expand your mind from the ground to the mountains.

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Adobe Post debuts on iOS for social media graphics creation

Adobe Post debuts on iOS for social media graphics creation

One of the lasting trends among social media apps for smartphones is the photo sharing service, such as Instagram and all its clones. But a growing sub-genre of that are apps like Over, LetterGlow, and Cover, which let users add graphics and stylized text overtop their images before sharing them on their favorite social networks to gain likes and hearts. Now Adobe has stepped up to the plate with its own take for iOS, dubbed Post.

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Adobe Lightroom Mobile goes free for Android users

Adobe Lightroom Mobile goes free for Android users

On my desktop, Lightroom is one of my favorite programs for editing photos. Rarely do I even open up Photoshop, unless major edits are needed. Back in October, Adobe gave iOS users access to the mobile program for free. Previously, you needed to have an Adobe Cloud subscription to use the mobile version of the app. So what about Android users? Don't worry, you haven't been left out in the cold.

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Adobe intros Fuse CC for easily creating 3D characters

Adobe intros Fuse CC for easily creating 3D characters

For some creatives, Christmas may have come early as Adobe unleashes a flood of announcements and updates to many of its apps, most of which have already been prefigured at its MAX 2015 conference last October. Among the myriad of software updates, Adobe is also announcing a new tool. Fuse CC, which is still in preview, is the fruit of the company's acquisition of Mixamo, which had a tool of the same name, last June. Now available to more than just gamers, designers can start creating their ideal 3D human character and drop them directly into Photoshop CC.

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Adobe distances itself from Flash, Flash Pro becomes Animate CC

Adobe distances itself from Flash, Flash Pro becomes Animate CC

Once the darling of web designers, Flash has of late become more of a liability than an asset. The Web at large and the tech giants behind it have called for its death. That puts Adobe in a very difficult position, being one of the standard bearers of good design but also the owner of Flash. But it has seen the writing on the wall and has started to embrace, even move over to, more accepted equivalent HTML5 and WebGL technologies. And nowhere is that more evident than in its latest slew of updates.

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Dropbox now lets you annotate PDFs on iPhones and iPads

Dropbox now lets you annotate PDFs on iPhones and iPads

Dropbox is really intent on becoming more than just a dumping ground for your files on the cloud. For the past months, it has been slowly transforming itself into a collaboration suite as well, with the launch of the Paper collaboration tools as well as an earlier partnership with Adobe. Now Dropbox and Adobe are taking that team up to the next phase, announcing the ability to annotate and comment on PDFs stored on Dropbox on iOS without having to switch back and forth between two apps.

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Adobe Photoshop Fix, Mix updated with iPad Pro support, iOS 9 multitasking

Adobe Photoshop Fix, Mix updated with iPad Pro support, iOS 9 multitasking

Adobe today released updates to its iOS versions of image-editing software Photoshop. Both Photoshop Fix and Photoshop Mix can now take advantage of iOS 9's new multitasking feature. But what's also surprising is that both updates introduce support for the iPad Pro, Apple's upcoming larger-sized tablet. While it's assumed the iPad Pro will see release sometime next month, there's still no confirmed date yet.

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Flash’s latest critical vulnerability has been patched

Flash’s latest critical vulnerability has been patched

Yesterday, Adobe issued a new security bulletin warning of a new vulnerability in Flash, this one affecting the latest version of the plugin. The vulnerability left Flash open to exploits through which hackers could gain access to a machine, or that could cause the computer to crash. As with some other recent Flash vulnerabilities, the issue affected Linux, Windows, and Mac users, spreading the risk all around.

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Adobe Flash has a new critical vulnerability on all platforms

Adobe Flash has a new critical vulnerability on all platforms

Well, it's only been a few months since the last major vulnerability was discovered in Adobe's Flash software, so we're right on time for another one. The company has issued a new security bulletin this week warning that the latest version of the Flash Player plug-in, number 19.0.0.207, is susceptible to an exploit that could cause PCs to crash or allow hackers to gain control. The bad news is that this applies to Windows, Mac, and Linux versions of Flash, and there is no guaranteed solution at this point, except for uninstalling the plug-in.

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Dropbox, Adobe team up to make short work of PDFs

Dropbox, Adobe team up to make short work of PDFs

Although not directly trying to do so, Dropbox is slowly turning into quite a decent cloud-based productivity suite. Last year, it partnered with Microsoft to supercharge opening and editing office documents even from mobile devices. Now it's doing the same thing for PDFs through a friendship with Adobe. Now Adobe users on desktops and iOS devices can not only quickly get access to documents stored on Dropbox but, in the case of mobile, can edit them on the go, without having to download and then reupload the file.

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Adobe Monument Mode erases annoying people walking into your scenic photos

Adobe Monument Mode erases annoying people walking into your scenic photos

Adobe's MAX conference saw the company demonstrate some of its still-in-development technology and software yesterday, and one of the most impressive was the feature called Monument Mode. Meant to run on smartphone cameras, the technology automatically removes walking people and moving objects from photos of landmarks and other scenes in real-time. The idea is the opposite of the kind of post-processing done in programs like Photoshop, instead removing obstructions before the image is even captured.

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Photoshop Fix puts Creative Cloud power on iOS

Photoshop Fix puts Creative Cloud power on iOS

Shortly before Adobe's Max conference officially kicks off, the company has announced its revamped mobile Photoshop product for iOS: Photoshop Fix. While the new iPhone and iPad app is still far from the full desktop version of Photoshop, it does offer the 10% of features and tools that a majority of users solely "acquire" the software for. Photoshop Fix's primary focus is on editing and retouching photos, and making it easy to do for beginners.

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