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Adobe’s most interesting app in years just got official

Adobe’s most interesting app in years just got official

Adobe is gearing up to launch a new painting and drawing app for iPad, and today the company is revealing a few more details about what we can expect. First and foremost, the app received an actual name today: Adobe Fresco. On top of that, Adobe also detailed some of Fresco's features, such as the Live Brushes artists will be able to use while working on their drawings or paintings.

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Adobe built an AI to keep Photoshopped faces honest

Adobe built an AI to keep Photoshopped faces honest

Photoshop has undoubtedly changed expectations of modern beauty, but a new research project could help pull back the tech and help make faked images more honest. The handiwork of two Adobe researchers along with a team from UC Berkeley, the new image forensics tool can spot where Photoshop's Face Aware Liquify feature has been applied.

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Adobe Premiere Rush released to Android with these features

Adobe Premiere Rush released to Android with these features

Back in October, Adobe Premiere Rush rolled out to a variety of platforms but left Android out in the cold. At the time, Adobe promised that an Android version of the app would launch at some point in 2019, and today, the company made good on that promise. Adobe Premiere Rush is now available on Google's mobile operating system, but only for a handful of higher-end devices.

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Adobe Creative Cloud is turning into a big legal mess

Adobe Creative Cloud is turning into a big legal mess

The cloud is supposed to be a big win-win for all parties involved. Consumers always have access to the latest and supposedly most bug-free version of software while service and software providers are assured of a steady stream of revenue to further develop their product. Reality, however, is sometimes harsher and always stranger than fiction and now subscribers to Adobe's Create Cloud Suite are finding themselves the subject of potential legal threats from third-parties suing Adobe itself.

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Photoshop CC for iPad closed beta opens up applications

Photoshop CC for iPad closed beta opens up applications

Not too long ago, Adobe promised that it would be bringing the full, or at least almost full, powers of Photoshop to Apple's newest computer, the iPad Pro. Given all the bad rap it's getting these days, Adobe could use some good publicity. Perhaps it's just a coincidence, then, that Adobe has opened up the process for getting into its exclusive Photoshop on the iPad beta program. Provided, of course, you can make a case why you should be part of that exclusive club.

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Adobe quietly cans its cheapest Creative Cloud plan

Adobe quietly cans its cheapest Creative Cloud plan

The Adobe Creative Cloud monthly subscription plan with cheapest cost was, up until this week, approximately $10 USD. That plan was the "Photography plan" with 20GB of cloud storage. Now, according to many users, that plan's disappeared, and the new least expensive Adobe Creative Cloud subscription cost is approximately $21 USD.

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This Moleskine smart notebook syncs with Adobe Illustrator in real-time

This Moleskine smart notebook syncs with Adobe Illustrator in real-time

Moleskine is adding a new, even smarter notebook to its Adobe-integrated Pen+ Ellipse system, with the Creative Cloud Connected pad delivering digital versions of hand-drawn graphics in real time. The new Moleskine Paper Tablet - Creative Cloud Connected doesn't actually have a WiFi connection of its own - or, indeed, any electronics - but when used with the right stylus it can hook into apps like Adobe Illustrator.

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All of Galaxy S10’s unique app features: Instagram, Adobe

All of Galaxy S10’s unique app features: Instagram, Adobe

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is now official, and of course, the phone's triple rear-camera is getting a lot of attention. In fact, that camera was one of the first things Samsung dove into during today's presentation in San Francisco. The camera segment of the show wasn't entirely focused on specifications, though, as Samsung had some app partnerships to announce as well.

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Adobe Enhance Details sees AI go all CSI on your photos

Adobe Enhance Details sees AI go all CSI on your photos

Adobe is setting an AI loose on your photos, with its new Enhance Details feature added to Lightroom CC among other apps to auto-magically increase their resolution by up to 30-percent. Powered by Sensei, the new system takes raw photos and applies a whole new way of processing them.

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Adobe Creative Cloud users getting ‘color fonts’ free in February

Adobe Creative Cloud users getting ‘color fonts’ free in February

This month the folks at Adobe made a push to bring love to users for Valentine's Day in the form of color fonts. Color fonts are a strange new beast, the likes of which only began to make sense here in this computer-first generation, one in which the letterpress techniques of the past have gone the way of the dodo. They're extinct, and the world is crumbling as a result.

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Adobe just bought in big on gaming

Adobe just bought in big on gaming

This morning Adobe acquired Allegorithmic, the makers of the application family called Substance. With this buy, Adobe just became a big name in 3D textures and material creation in both video game and major motion picture video post-production. This is in essence the most major power move of the year (so far) with respect to gaming from the tools end of the industry.

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Experimental Adobe feature Brush Bounty paints animation

Experimental Adobe feature Brush Bounty paints animation

With the Brush Bounty feature shown at Adobe MAX 2018, users of (whatever app this will be in) will be able to "paint" moving elements. This feature is in a very experimental sort of stage - you'll see what I mean when you look at what the feature looks like right now. It's not necessarily DEFINITELY going to make its way to a final Adobe product, but we can most certainly hope that it's headed in that direction.

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