Adobe’s Full Suite of Touch Apps Are Now Available For Android

Alright, so Adobe is giving up on Flash for mobile devices. But let’s not forget, there’s still a great many other things the company is good at. Take their entire suite of touch apps that are finally available for Android. We told you guys about them a few weeks ago and these six apps are special touch versions of their popular (and expensive) desktop applications built specifically for iOS and Android Honeycomb tablets. Here’s what we’re looking at:

Adobe Photoshop Touch: Transform images freely using core Photoshop features in an app custom-built for tablets.

Adobe Proto: Create interactive wireframes and prototypes of websites and mobile apps.

Adobe Ideas: Design virtually anywhere using vectors, layers, and color themes.

Adobe Debut: Present Creative Suite designs anywhere with confidence, convenience, and complete control.

Adobe Collage: Capture ideas and concepts by combining images, drawings, and text into conceptual moodboards.

Adobe Kuler: Create, explore, download, and share color themes that can inspire any design project.

If you would like to check them out, you can find Adobe’s entire line-up of touch applications now available in the Android Market for $10 each.

[Market Link | Adobe]

Continue reading:

  • Ben Baranovsky

    Woohoo! So stoked for Photoshop on my Galaxy Tab! I’ve been waiting a few weeks for this.

    • JamesS

      Please give us a review of it. I just watched a couple of the videos over at Adobe and I have to say that I just might forget about pursuing Nik’s stuff after seeing that. Only thing that would make this software better is to work on full size files and RAW support but hardware limits are hardware limits.

  • Duncankrebbers

    Did I miss something, I thought there was going to be a kind of extension for Photoshop on the pc. I believe I saw in a video that someone was using a tablet with the Photoshop toolbar and color picker on it, sort of a dual screen principle.

  • Chris Anderson

    ooh, chris they are only dropping support for the mobile browser plugin.  they will still have the flash player ship with air.  hopefully flash will take a foothold as native apps on mobiles.  especially in gaming.

  • Lincoln Mennuti

    …And Adobe just gave the world a BIG checkmark in the ‘pros’ column, when weighing the pros/cons of going to quad-core and beyond on a tablet/phone!

  • JamesS

    Great! Maybe I can go light a fire under Nik to get their software out for Android with this news!

  • Nick Syrax

    Awww, poor iPad users, BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

  • leaponover

    Lol, NONE of those sound like something you would do on a phone!

  • RedPandaAlex

    I’d love to see some reviews of these apps