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.

Adobe Photoshop Mix is now a universal app, coming to the iPhone for the first time. Mix is a photo editor that pulls images from Camera Roll, Creative Cloud, Lightroom Mobile, and more. Mix also has a new automatic cut out feature that senses the imporant elements in an image. You can also now publish directly from your gallery to Behance, Facebook, and other services. There are also important bug fixes for iOS 8.

Adobe Sketch is now Adobe Photoshop Sketch. The app has five new built in brushes, including acrylic and pastel. Sketch can now pull brushes from the new Adobe Brush CC app. The brushes can always be found in your Creative cloud library.

Line is now Adobe Illustrator Line. You can now group your work into Projects and publish them to yoru Behance portfolio. Vectors you create can be sent to Adobe Illustrator through the Share menu. You can get royalty-free icons, drawings, and patterns from the Creative Cloud Market directly in line. There's also a new smart spacing tool and grids.

All three apps require at least a free membership with Creative Cloud, with paid memberships available as an in-app purchase. The updates to all three apps can be downloaded from the App Store now.

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