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Camera+ turns down Adobe, Google, and Twitter like a boss

Camera+ turns down Adobe, Google, and Twitter like a boss

This week the head of developer group tap tap tap John Casasanta created a news blast that let the world know his company's stance on being acquired by a larger company: "we're doing more than fine on our own." This announcement comes at a time with a lot of "ridiculousness", as he puts it, on the part of the industry as Facebook's acquisition of Instagram racked up the former $1 billion dollars. What tap tap tap maintains is that though it is tempting to get a vast sum of money in exchange for your services and/or your application on its own, the drawbacks far outweigh the positive outcomes.

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Adobe Muse heads to final release

Adobe Muse heads to final release

Starting on the 15th of June, the Adobe Muse Beta program will no longer exist, being instead replaced by the final release of this webpage-building monster. What Adobe has done here is to create an application that allows anyone to create a webpage with ease, but not just that, making the whole process much more focused on the aesthetics, feel, and overall user interface of the site rather than on the building of the bones, so to speak. This update will have Adobe Muse moving to its first stand-alone subscription model.

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Adobe Creative Cloud launches today: $49.99 per month

Adobe Creative Cloud launches today: $49.99 per month

If you don’t fancy dropping a large amount of cash on Adobe’s individual products, its new Creative Cloud subscription is probably your best bet. Adobe has officially launched the service today, which will give you access to the Adobe CS6 suite for $49.99 a month. That includes Photoshop, InDesign, lllustrator, Dreamweaver, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and a few more on top.

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Adobe draws ire for paid Photoshop security update

Adobe draws ire for paid Photoshop security update

The Adobe Creative Suite receives regular updates from its creator, like most commercial software, and most of the time it's simple enhancements or security fixes. Updates are free with the purchase of the software and typically last for years after the software goes off of retail shelves. So when Adobe posted a security warning for Photoshop CS5 and proposed upgrading to the brand new CS6 as the only solution, they didn't win any friends from those who don't feel the need to buy brand new software.

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Adobe Lightroom 4 hits Mac App Store

Adobe Lightroom 4 hits Mac App Store

Adobe Lightroom 4 has arrived in the Mac App Store, the first time the photo management and editing software has been distributed through Apple's official download center for OS X. Announced alongside Adobe Creative Suite 6, Lightroom 4 supports not only reviewing of raw photos from your camera but basic editing - including tweaks such as black & white conversion, highlight/shadow recovery, and one-click exposure and contrast adjustment - and social network sharing.

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Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Creative Cloud official

Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Creative Cloud official

Adobe has officially launched Photoshop CS6, the latest version of its famed image processing software, along with Adobe Creative Cloud, a subscription-based hub offering desktop and mobile tools as well as cloud-sync. Fourteen new apps, either new or updated, have been revealed as part of Photoshop CS6, with Photoshop itself getting new tools and a new Mercury Graphics Engine to use GPU acceleration to boost editing and processing speed. Meanwhile, if the high upfront cost of previous Creative Suite iterations has dissuaded you (or even sent you scurrying to pirated copies) then Adobe hopes its new subscription packages will lure you in.

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Adobe Reader iOS, Android app adds free eSignatures

Adobe Reader iOS, Android app adds free eSignatures

The free Adobe Reader app for iOS, Android, and desktop systems is getting updated with some new features that on-the-go business professionals will surely appreciate. The software will now allow users to easily sign PDF documents electronically by hand-drawing on a touchscreen as well as making annotations and filling out forms---all sans printer and paper.

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