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Adobe pledges to bring better support to its Creative Cloud service for Android this summer
We should all know by now that Adobe is no stranger to the Android ecosystem. The company already offers 25 great applications in the Google Play Store, but a good amount of mobile advances Adobe has recently made have unintentionally been limited to the iOS ecosystem.
Adobe’s Creative Profile, which is encompassed by the Creative Cloud service, allows users to take advantage of presets, brushes, colors and image profiles when switching between applications. This handy feature has yet to make its way to Android, but in a blog post sent out earlier today, Adobe assures us that Creative Profile for Android is in the works.
While we initially launched these apps on iOS, we didn’t forget you Android. We’re working hard to develop Android phone support for some of our most popular apps. But we want to do it right, in a way that complements the strengths of the Android user experience and design.
Adobe explains that while it can’t give out any specific release dates, we can expect to see the first of these apps come to our favorite mobile OS in the summer of 2015.
Adobe is also developing an Android version of the Creative SDK, which powers both Adobe and third-party applications. Once the SDK is finished and developers start using it, you’ll be able to integrate your Creative Profile into more applications.