Graphics software maker Adobe has updated almost every one of its iOS apps, and also added a number of new apps to the mix, including mobile video editing app Premier Clip, and brush creator Brush CC.
Premiere Clip represents Adobe’s first entrance into iOS-based video editing, and can be used both independently and as a companion for the Premiere desktop app. Adobe says that projects begun on the drag-and-drop mobile interface will automatically be synchronized via Creative Cloud back to Premiere Pro on the desktop.
Brush CC allows users to create custom Sketch, Photoshop, and Illustrator brushes on the fly, allowing users to draw brushes on their device, or capture designs they have sketched on paper.
Shape CC allows on-the-go creation of design elements, with users capturing hand-drawn sketches, or creating new brushes from scratch. The results can be stored in Creative Cloud for use in any other Creative Cloud app.
In addition to the new apps, Adobe also overhauled many of their existing apps, adding enhanced Creative Cloud support to more closely integrate the mobile apps with their desktop counterparts. Apps receiving update love on Monday include: Photoshop Sketch, Photoshop Mix, Lightroom, Color CC, and Illustrator Line.
All apps are free to download from the App Store, however a Adobe Creative Cloud subscription is needed for the apps to provide full functionality. Creative Cloud subscriptions are available starting at $9.99-per-month.
Links to downloads for Adobe’s new and updated apps can be found in the list below:
- Adobe Brush CC [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Shape CC [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Color CC [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Photoshop Sketch (iPad Only) [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Photoshop Mix [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Lightroom for iPad [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Lightroom for iPhone [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Illustrator Draw (iPad Only) [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Illustrator Line (iPad Only) [DIRECT LINK]
- Adobe Premiere Clip [DIRECT LINK]