Adobe’s Touch Apps debut for Android tablets

Adobe’s Touch Apps debut for Android tablets

Adobe today released one half dozen new applications designed specifically for Honeycomb-powered Android tablets.  Running $9.99 a piece these Touch Apps work well whether you prefer finger or stylus, and provide a variety of tools and resources for creative types who won’t be confined to a desk. Whether you’re retouching a photo, sketching out your next idea, or simply generating color themes, Adobe has you covered. And since each of these are backed by the Adobe Creative Cloud service, your files are ready and waiting no matter where you are!

If it were up to us, we’d release a six-pack of apps for a discounted price of, say, $49.99 and call it a day.

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2 Comments

  1. Teddy Charleton
    November 15, 21:18 Reply

    Adobe. You never fail to amaze me and the people who know you. The people at Adobe definitely know what they’re doing and they’re doing it well. This app made me want to buy a tablet. Haha

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