Adobe has launched a new app exclusively for the iPad called Slate, which will allow its users to make multimedia presentations quickly and then share them with others.

After users create a presentation with Slate, they can then upload that content to so it can be viewed as a website. Here are Slate's main features:

Stunning professionally designed themes allow users to simply tap to select from multiple font combinations, fun colors and motion to ensure stories stand out from the crowd.

Arresting photo layouts and covers deliver options that help photos pop, making them the highlight of the story, including grid or window view. Users can also add a caption overlay on images, ensuring photos are more integral to the narrative.

Adaptable design that looks great on any device, ranging from a phone to large desktop monitor.

Call-to-Action buttons link to online sites and other relevant information to encourage readers to take action, like: "Donate Now", "Volunteer" or "Learn More".

Sharing options automatically publish the finished content and help spread the word via a simple Web link that can be easily posted to social channels, sent via text message, email or embedded in personal blogs and websites. Readers can easily view the content in their PC, tablet or mobile phone browser.

Slate is completely free to use on the iPad and does not require a subscription to the company's Creative Cloud service. This is the second iPad-exclusive app Adobe has launched this week, following Monday's release of the Comp CC app for mobile application designers.

Source: Adobe