Adobe has released its Touch Apps suite of five-strong graphics packages intended for Android tablets, each priced at $9.99 in the Android Market. The apps – based on functionality from Adobe’s Creative Suite – were announced last month, and include Photoshop Touch for image tweaking, Adobe Ideas for sketching, and Adobe Proto, for prototyping mobile apps and websites. Meanwhile, the company has confirmed that iOS versions are in the pipeline, and has launched a new cloud-based collaboration system.
Adobe Collage can be used to create moodboards, useful when planning a project, while Adobe Debut is intended to make sharing and reviewing work more straightforward. Finally, Adobe Kuler offers in-depth exploration of color themes.
All five integrate with Adobe Creative Cloud, the company’s web-based file viewing, sharing and transfer system. Working with both the Touch Apps and Adobe’s desktop software, Creative Cloud allows tableteers to open native Photoshop and other files, edit them while on the move, and then return to working on them when they’re back at their desk, without having to manually sync or export along the way.
Adobe Ideas is already available on iOS, and Adobe expects the remaining four apps to make the jump early next year. The company will also announce paid membership options for Creative Cloud, among other things, in the first half of 2012.