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Adobe is no stranger to releasing and removing applications from the Google Play Store every few months, and it looks like we’re getting another taste of that today. The California-based software company has just released two new applications, Illustrator Draw and Capture CC, to the Play Store, which should help you create all-around better images.

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For starters, Adobe Illustrator Draw will help you create vector illustrations and send the finished product as layered files to Adobe Illustrator CC or as flat images to Photoshop CC. Illustrator Draw lets you choose from five different pen tips and add up to ten drawing layers and a photo layer at the same time. You can duplicate, merge, flip, scale and adjust different layers at will. Once the image is done, you can send a native file to Illustrator CC or a PNG to Photoshop CC. It will automatically open on your desktop, which should definitely come in handy.

Capture CC, on the other hand, consists of all the functionality Adobe introduced with its Brush CC, Color CC and Shape CC apps back in June. With the app, you’ll be able to quickly capture, edit and share crafted design assets to use in apps like Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC. You can extract color themes from photos, instantly convert anything you’re working on into vector graphics and more.

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