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Moleskine and Adobe team up to put your sketches in the Creative Cloud

Notebook maker Moleskine has partnered with Adobe to put your sketches in Creative Cloud with a new notebook and app. Much like their Evernote journal, Moleskine's new Creative Cloud product is designed especially to bridge the gap between analogue and digital work.

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Iterate 77: Adobe MAX 2014

Iterate brings together the best designers and app producers in the business to talk user interface, human interaction, icon design, and user experience from concept to implementation. On this episode — Adobe MAX 2014 — new apps, new services, new experiences… New Adobe? Marc Edwards was there so Seth Clifford and Rene Ritchie flip the tables and interview him. Also: Pixelmator for iPad and its pricing.

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Great apps every iPad Air 2 owner should download right now!

If you own an iPad Air 2, the first thing you'll want to do is load up on great apps that take advantage of the all new A8X processor, Touch ID sensor, updated camera, and more. While all iPad apps available in the App Store will work perfectly fine on your new iPad Air 2, there are some that stand out from the crowd by taking advantage of the new hardware in some way or another. So if you're only looking for the best iPad apps, these are the ones we think you need to download ASAP!

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Storehouse update makes it easier to import photos with Adobe Creative Cloud integration

Along with all the Adobe Creative Cloud news today, Storehouse announced that its app can now pull in and import photos from Adobe's cloud through the Lightroom Collections. This makes it easy for iPhone and iPad users to pull in photos and images that were edited on a Mac or PC using Lightroom. Once imported, you can use those photos to create visually stunning stories using Storehouse.

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Adobe updates Mix, Sketch and Line creation apps

In addition to the Capture apps and Premiere Clip app, Adobe has also released important updates to existing creation apps for iOS, Sketch, Mix, and Line.

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Adobe rolls out a new cloud sync service, lets third-party developers access Creative Cloud features

Along with the launch of new mobile apps, Adobe has announced that the Creative SDK is now available as a public beta. Launched earlier this year as a private beta, Creative SDK brings Adobe's Creative Cloud services to third-party iOS developers.

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Adobe Premiere Clip app offers fast video editing for iPhone and iPad

Adobe has launched a version of its Premiere video editing desktop app for the iPhone and iPad called Adobe Premiere Clip as part of its overall app release plans for the iOS platform.

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Adobe's video apps will soon support Retina displays

Adobe's Creative Cloud video apps will soon offer proper support for the high resolution Retina displays available on modern MacBook Pro laptops. The apps have been stuck in low-res mode for what seems like an eternity (even if the Retina laptops are really just a few years old at this point), and so soon users of Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, Prelude CC, and the rest of the Adobe video suite will soon be enjoying true Retina quality to their work.

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Adobe plans to double down on Lightroom and Creative Cloud in light of Apple's Aperture announcements

With Apple kicking Aperture and iPhoto to the curb, the folks at Adobe are ready to pick up the pieces wherever they can. Specifically, they're letting it be known Lightroom and Creative Cloud Photography solutions aren't going anywhere any time soon. In fact, they have 'a rich roadmap of rapid innovation' in the works for desktop, web and device workflows in the coming weeks.

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Adobe Lightroom Mobile for iPhone — First look

In April Adobe blessed with us with a dedicated Lightroom application for the iPad which has now been followed up by a companion version for the iPhone. Neither are the first Adobe photo editing products for iOS, but Lightroom is a serious product for serious editing.

With the iPad release, Adobe had designed a pretty full on Lightroom experience designed for the touchscreen experience and none of that has been lost in moving to the smaller screen.

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