If you need a capable, cross-platform photo editor, and don’t want to pay a monthly fee to access it, Adobes Photoshop Elements is a solid alternative to its Creative Cloud-based big brother. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
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We’re getting reports that Adobe’s ID services have been offline for nearly a day—which seems pretty excessive! Twitter, naturally, is less than pleased. So tell us, dear readers, have you been having problems logging into Adobe products? Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
Brace yourselves for a surge of explainer videos: Adobe has just launched a new, free iPad app called Voice which lets you make slick animated films and record voiceovers to go with them in minutes. And you know what? It’s pretty neat. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
Everyone with a cool new idea or vision wants a concise and beautiful video to illustrate their story and broadcast it to the world. But oh, right—you suck at all things visual and just learned how to make something move in After Effects. Adobe’s new iPad app, Voice, is there to hold your hand in […]
Just a little over a day after Microsoft revealed a massive Internet Explorer vulnerability, Adobe is pushing out an emergency security update to patch the Flash-enabled flaw. In other words, if you’re an IE user (and statistically 26 percent of you are), go download it right now. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
In 2008, everyday folks learned that the top Wall Street banks were simply too big for the government to let them fail. In the Valley there was an overwhelming sense of smugness about our lack of protectionism. Here the young eat the old. We’d never ask for a government bail out. Everyone is subject to disruption. Indeed […]
Facebook’s first-quarter announcement this evening promises a small moment of reflection following a frenetic few months for the company. Philosophical mysteries abound. We don’t know yet if Facebook will turn Oculus Rift into a tacky branded headset or if it will subsume WhatsApp into some evil plan to own the world. Will Facebook Paper end up […]
Sometimes it’s the simple ideas that make the best products. It’s also the simple ideas that can be the most challenging to implement. So it was when ecommerce marketplace startup Bonanza set out to build an automated tool for removing the background from user-uploaded images; a tool that, one year of painstaking development later, would […]
Adobe’s Lightroom is a staple in the editing workflow of most photographers. The new, much-anticipated mobile version shows off a clever workaround for handling RAW files in a simple, if limited, interface. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
Android: Adobe has finally released the Android version of its Revel service (previously available on iOS). The app allows you to store photos online, share private libraries with friends and family, and use Adobe’s fairly powerful editing features to…
Adobe is currently sending out emails saying that they’re “resetting the clock” on free trials for Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and more for creative cloud members. If you’ve used a free trial of these products and want another month free, you can do so right now. Read more here.
Adobe asked artist Alex Trochut to recreate the company’s logo “using the technique of his choice.” This is the impressive result, which I love because of its use of color and the fact that he didn’t use digital software to create these perfect bubbles.
This week, Gizmodo got a peek at some seriously awesome sculptures made entirely by 3D printer at the 3D Printshow. The exhibit, hosted by Adobe and Shapeways, shows how you can create stunning art with nothing more than Photoshop and a 3D printer. And…
iOS: If you take a lot of video with your smartphone, but don’t necessarily want to share it using Instagram or Vine or other social video services, Videobite is a new app from Adobe that makes it easy to edit your video on your phone, then post it to …
Adobe’s Creative Cloud has opened Photoshop up to more beginners than ever thanks to its $10 per month price tag. Here are ten super useful things to learn how to do if you’re using the software for the first time.Read more…
The tension between developing and designing is a long-standing dilemma for those building out any kind of software. It’s necessary to hew to best practices developing-wise, but a an aesthetically pleasing layout and design is just as important. Of course, this isn’t news for anyone who’s done this type of work. Yet it’s still a problem small companies face everyday…
While we now take crisp-looking typography for granted, it wasn’t always that way. Back in the 80s, low-res fonts looked dreadful—but fortunately two men changed all that.
If Series A rounds are meant to prove out a business model and Series B rounds are meant to scale it, then enterprise data and tag management startup Ensighten is poised to get much, much bigger. Today the agile marketing platform (AMP) company announced a stout $40 million Series B round led by Insight Venture Partners. In the four…
Simple interface gives you filters and level control in just a couple taps
Adobe has released a new version — now up to 2.0 — of its free Photoshop Express app with a new design and compatibility with Android 4.4. This latest version is “rebuilt completely from the ground up,” according to Adobe, and the interface certainly shows it. The layout is not at all unlike KitKat’s stock Gallery app, with easy tabs at the bottom to switch between editing modes and tools.
You can apply different Looks (filters), crop and rotate, go into more advanced level edits and correct red eye right from the main view. You of course have access to create automatic options on all levels or the entire photo, something Photoshop is known for offering.
Although it would seem like a perfect fit, Adobe has chosen not to make use of KitKat’s new Immersive Mode for editing photos — maybe this is on the drawing board for a future release. You can grab a download or update to the latest version of Photoshop Express at the Play Store link above and take your photography to the next level.
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NewsCred has been on a tear the last 12 months. The company behind the hot content marketing platform has tripled its customer count, including the addition of a number of Fortune 500 companies, and increased its revenue by 400 percent in 2013, growing into what founder and CEO Shafqat Islam calls a “substantial double digit millions of dollars business.”…