Adobe Revel is now available on Android. iOS users have been using Adobe Revel since 2011 to store and share their photos with select groups of users. Starting March 4, Android users can share their photos too.
Adobe has now introduced a brand new version of Photoshop Express, rebuilt from the ground up and fully compatible with Android 4.4 KitKat. Keep reading for more details!
In this quick how-to guide, we’ll show you the step by step instructions to enable Flash on Android 4.4 Kitkat. Get ready to enjoy some Flash content!
If you’re looking to venture beyond using the filters that Instagram has to offer, you’ll be thrilled to hear that Photoshop Touch, Adobe’s photo-editing app that was released for Android tablets in November 2011, is now also available for smartphones.
If your passion for drawing goes beyond the traditional medium, you’ll do yourself a big favor by getting the latest version of Adobe Photoshop Touch app from the Google Play Store. Those who are looking for a more-than-capable digital image editing app while on the go should benefit as well.
PhoneGap is a build service that is hosted by Adobe. It allows developers to create cross-platform mobile applications. The implication being that developers who create an application for, say, iOS will be able to easily port their application to Android or even Windows. This should help create a more diverse mobile app market for everyone.
It’s the early 2000s, and the Internet is a place that is quickly evolving. One of the standards that leads the pack for online video and gaming is the technology known as Adobe Flash. The sky is the limit and the future seems bright for the technology.
Fast-forward to today and the scene has dramatically changed. After years of boasting that it would bring its rich multimedia experience to the mobile and PC world alike, Adobe announced last year that it would be stopping development of Flash for mobile devices.
It seems this is the end of the road for Flash on mobile devices. Adobe tried their best to bring Flash to the mobile world, to both Android and iOS, but we all know what Steve Jobs thought about Flash, so that was never going to become a reality. Flash, even today, has poor performance on mobile devices, unless you own at least a dual core smartphone. With the world moving on to h.264/HTML5 video, there is less and less reason for Adobe to continue to pour resources into developing Flash for mobile/Android. Both Adobe and Google have said last…
It is likely that you have some Adobe software installed on your PC or Mac. It could be Adobe Acrobat Reader, it could be Adobe Air, or it could be Adobe Flash Player. Flash is so popular that Google ships it as a built-in plugin for its Chrome web browser. It is also likely that you have some Adobe software on your Android device, and it would be one (or all) of the same three listed above. All very nice – you can view PDF files on your PC and on your mobile device, you can use Flash on your PC and on your Android phone. But there…
Adobe has released a new version of its Flash Player for Android that fixes some critical security bugs. The new version of Flash, which, incidentally, is also available for Windows, Linux and OS X, fixes security vulnerabilities in Flash Player 184.108.40.206 and earlier versions for Android 4.x, and Flash Player 220.127.116.11 and earlier versions for Android 3.x and 2.x. These vulnerabilities, if exploited, could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected phone or tablet. The update fixes two problems – the first is a memory corruption vulnerability in Matrix3D, a part of Flash which…