Previously available only to Android users, Adobe released its Adobe Collage app to iPad users today for assembling “modern, conceptual moodboards.” It also released the Adobe Proto app for iPad that allows you to create prototypes of websites and mobile apps.
The Collage app allows users to import content from select Adobe Creative Suite applications, including PDFs, PSDs, and AI files, as well as upload and access existing content stored in your complimentary 2GB Adobe Creative Cloud account. Once you have content imported from Adobe apps or the Web, the app provides a canvas, multiple pen types, text tools, various fonts, and other tools for incorporating images, video, text, and drawings into a collage-style piece of art.
Adobe’s Proto app allows you to “sketch website and mobile app wireframe layouts with simple finger strokes on your tablet’s touchscreen” using a CSS grid system, WebKit preview, jQuery support, and the ability to sync wireframes to Creative Cloud and to Dreamweaver CS6.
The Adobe Collage app for iPad is available on the App Store now for $9.99, and the Adobe Proto app is available for the same price (here). Adobe also updated its Photoshop Touch iPad app today with a ton of new features including new 2,048-by-2,048 resolution settings, auto-sync for Creative Cloud, new languages, and much more. A full list of features for Proto and Collage is below:
-Create modern moodboards with mixed media. -Import PDF, PSD, and AI files. -Search and import content from Google, Flickr and YouTube. -Increase the size of your canvas as needed to add assets. -Multiple pen types allow for varied look and feel. -Add text with a variety of fonts. -Leverage existing content library in Adobe Creative Cloud* -Free membership to Creative Cloud* gives you 2GB of cloud storage plus the ability to sync between tablet and desktop, access files from the web, and easily share with others.
-Sketch website and mobile app wireframe layouts with simple finger strokes on your tablet’s touchscreen. -Insert interactive wireframe components from the component toolbox, including menus, tabs, accordions, and more, to quickly capture your design idea. -Build wireframes using well-known CSS grid systems. -Take advantage of the WebKit preview and jQuery support. -Sync your wireframe to Adobe Creative Cloud to easily access for further refinement using Adobe® Dreamweaver® CS6. -Free membership to Creative Cloud* gives you 2GB of cloud storage plus the ability to sync between tablet and desktop, access files from the web, and easily share with others.
- Adobe CS6 now available for purchase, Creative Cloud launching on May 11th (9to5mac.com)
- Adobe officially launches CS6 suite, offers $30/month introductory pricing on Creative Cloud (9to5mac.com)
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