Adobe first launched its creative Voice app for iPad almost two years ago, and this week version 2.0 has been released with full iPhone support for the first time. I took Adobe Voice for a test drive when it was brand new back in 2014. The app lets you easily combine photos, videos, text, voiceovers, and more to a project that you can easily share to spread your message. Stories can be shared either publicly or privately over Facebook, Twitter, email, messaging, the web, and more.
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While the iPad is a great canvas for creating storytelling projects, Adobe Voice 2.0 puts the app in your pocket (and iPhones have since gotten bigger!) so it’s worth checking out if you haven’t tried Voice yet. Adobe also notes that Voice allows you to sync projects using your Adobe account, which lets you create projects on one device and finish them on another.
If you are not yet familiar with this app, Adobe Voice puts Adobe’s 30 years of animation and cinematography experience “under the hood,” allowing anyone, regardless of experience, to create compelling videos and share them instantly with the world. To get started, simply download Adobe Voice for iPhone from the App Store. If you already have the app on your iPad, all your projects will automatically sync so you can work on your videos whenever inspiration strikes.
Here’s how Adobe Voice looks on the iPhone:
Adobe Voice 2.0 for iPhone and iPad is available for free from the App Store, so there’s no upfront cost or in-app purchases to deal with unless you want Creative Cloud Storage.