Dubbed Project Rigel, the mobile app will let people retouch photos on iPhones and iPads. It is slated to make its debut at Adobe's conference for digital creators in October.
In October, Adobe will release a new app for editing photos on Apple's iPads and iPhones, with an Android version coming later. Here's a look at the app.
With its snap-together modules, Palette offers photographers and others a new answer to the age-old question of the best way to control a computer. Adobe is an early partner.
A new feature in Adobe's video-editing software Premiere Pro helps to smooth out jumps and cuts in talking-head style interviews. Here's how it works and how you can put words in someone's mouth.
New tech used by Apple and Microsoft promises to uncork bottlenecks. That's great for computer users who want new features, but brings new complications for those who build our software.
The company's annual rollout of big features and small tweaks includes some whizzy capabilities as usual, and finally, mobile apps for Android phones.
Adobe has more than a dozen mobile apps which feed into its Creative Cloud ecosystem, and is adding more all the time. Here's the lowdown on all of them.
Adobe will become more of a marketplace with its Fotolia service for buying and selling stock photos, videos and illustrations. Have a say whether you like it in our newest survey.
Adobe ceases development on its mobile cross-platform image-editing app to make way for a more modern version, but promises Android for more of its apps by the end of the year.
Face recognition and quick-and-dirty panorama and HDR merges finally come to the company's photo-retouching software.
The new version finally adds face recognition, plus basic HDR merge and panorama stitching.
A color-centric iOS app, character animation and support for CC Libraries are among the new additions.
Top 3 news reading apps
With the latest tech, getting news delivered to your phone is easier than ever. Here's a roundup of apps that are customizable and useful for getting the news.