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Kwik Updated - Digital Publishing from within Adobe Photoshop

Kwik Updated – Digital Publishing from within Adobe Photoshop

Coral Springs, Florida – Kwiksher today is pleased to announce the release of Kwik 1.1, an update which brings new capabilities to their plugin for Adobe Photoshop CS5 that simplifies the creation of interactive, animated content for both iOS and Android devices. The new version allows users to add video and brings new animation and button action types. It also provides more controls for audio.
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Kwik for Corona: Digital Publishing from within Adobe Photoshop

Kwik for Corona: Digital Publishing from within Adobe Photoshop

Coral Springs, Florida – Kwiksher today is pleased to introduce Kwik 1.0, their plugin for Adobe Photoshop CS5 that simplifies the creation of interactive, animated content for both iOS and Android devices.
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Mewshop NAB 2011 Padumentary Episode Four: Kevin Monahan and Adobe

Mewshop NAB 2011 Padumentary Episode Four: Kevin Monahan and Adobe

New York, New York – Manhattan Edit Workshop (Mewshop), the cutting-edge authorized digital-training destination for postproduction and content creators, catches up with Kevin Monahan of Adobe(R) at the Las Vegas NAB SuperMeet in this Mewshop Padumentary episode. Shooting short “padumentaries” with an inventive, hand-made, iPad shoulder rig, Mewshop founder, Josh Apter took to the NAB 2011 show floor in search of this year’s hottest products, trends and people. Throughout the conference, Josh talked with everyone from 3D specialists, to expert audio guys, the makers of the fastest SD cards in the world, tech gurus, video giants, and more. The resulting NAB Padumentary Series is a perfect example of the innovative, entrepreneurial and integrated spirit of both the convention and Manhattan Edit Workshop’s unique training methodology.
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Preview Adobe Illustrator and InDesign Docs on Your iPhone and iPad

Preview Adobe Illustrator and InDesign Docs on Your iPhone and iPad

West Hills, California – Code Line today is pleased to announce the release of SneakPeek, a new iPhone/iPad application that lets users preview Adobe Illustrator and InDesign documents on their mobile devices. For the first time, mobile users can view art files away from the office, on the road, or while meeting with clients. SneakPeek saves time and keeps creative teams connected to their artwork.
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Adobe Photoshop Express Updated to 1.5.3

Adobe Photoshop Express Updated to 1.5.3

Adobe has updated its iDevice Photoshop app lately with Retina support added.
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MEI Uses Adobe DPS Tools to Brew iPad App for Craft Beer Maker

MEI Uses Adobe DPS Tools to Brew iPad App for Craft Beer Maker

Jenkintown, PA – Managing Editor Inc. (MEI), an Adobe premier development partner and a leading provider of software solutions for the publishing industry, today announced the availability of the Yards Brewing Company app for iPad. Using Adobe’s new Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) and Adobe(R) InDesign(R) CS5, MEI built a specialized interactive tablet experience for Yards, Philadelphia’s favorite hometown craft beer maker. The free app can be downloaded now in the iTunes store.
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Flash 10.1 Now Available for Google Nexus One

Flash 10.1 Now Available for Google Nexus One

Google announced this afternoon at an Android/Adobe event that Nexus One owners can finally get their hands on Flash 10.1. The app is currently available in the Android Marketplace and is only a 5MB download. As the description reads, you can now “visit m.flash.com for cool Flash sites”. Android 1, iPhone 0.
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Adobe Announces New Digital Publishing Platform, Bringing Digital Magazines to Life

Adobe Announces New Digital Publishing Platform, Bringing Digital Magazines to Life

Adobe just unveiled their latest software, a comprehensive Digital Publishing Platform to help publishers get their publications to a wide variety of digital devices, including the iPad. Using Adobe Creative Suite 5 as its foundation, Adobe’s new platform can been seen at work in the recently released WIRED Magazine app for the iPad. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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Adobe Wants Flash 10.1 Testers for Android

Adobe Wants Flash 10.1 Testers for Android

Adobe has recently made a special request to users across the intarweb, looking for beta testers for their Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe Air 2.0 application for Android phones. Here’s an excerpt from their site:
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The Real Deal About Flash From Steve Jobs

The Real Deal About Flash From Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs wanted to clarify the extremely controversial situation between Adobe and Apple and the reasons behind why Apple does not support Flash on any iDevice. Jobs issued a statement this morning, straight from his desk. See below.
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Adobe CEO States Flash Is Coming To Android, WebOS and BlackBerry 2010

Adobe CEO States Flash Is Coming To Android, WebOS and BlackBerry 2010

Last week, Adobe announced their latest product development of CS5 which is helping creative publishers across the world continue to the next level. The huge move lies in their update with Flash, where Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen announced that Flash is coming to smartphones including Android, WebOS and BlackBerry the second half of 2010. Narayen also discussed his thoughts of Apple’s actions and the rejection of Flash on their iDevices. Skip to 3:45 on the video below to hear his thoughts.
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Free Photoshop Mobile for Android Released

Free Photoshop Mobile for Android Released

If you love taking photos with your Android device, you need to check out the new and free Photoshop Mobile app. The app will allow you to edit any photo on your device, whether it was captured through your camera, or saved to the device. From within the application you can crop the photo, change the brightness along with other color features of the photo, add various color affects, like sepia, black and white and more, as well as add a soft focus affect.
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Flash 10.1 Announced For Mobile Devices Including webOS and Windows Mobile

Flash 10.1 Announced For Mobile Devices Including webOS and Windows Mobile

At the Adobe MAX conference this morning being held in Los Angeles, Adobe have announced Flash 10.1 support on mobile devices including webOS and Windows Mobile. Android and Symbian platforms can see the build next year in “early 2010”. The video demonstration below shows a Palm Pre operating with 3 separate Flash apps running at once. While the phone can handle it, OS performance seems to lag slightly. But a little bit of a lag is a lot better than no flash at all…come on Apple.
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