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These might look like fancy filters you'd find on Instagram or Snapchat, but Adobe's new photo app uses AI to add some pro-level effects to your mobile photos.
We're still following the yellow-brick roadmap into the first half of 2020.
Step by step, Apple's tablets are catching up to PCs.
Adobe wants you to know that the app's big missing capabilities are Very Important to it.
It's a great deal, but watch that you don't get mired in an expensive ecosystem.
At its Max 2019 conference, Adobe shows off product features still in development.
Today's major tech headlines include Facebook's brand new logo, Adobe's plan to reimagine Illustrator for the iPad and Google's Play Store reward program finally hitting the US.
Adobe's computational photography app, Photoshop Camera, will be coming to iPhone and Android in 2020.
The popular painting software will be available in Adobe's Creative Cloud for Surface Pro.
Adobe Premiere Pro's latest feature takes the tedium out of exports.
Get them for Mac or Windows, or bundled together for $90 -- now through Sept. 3.