Adobe released Lightroom mobile, a companion app to the Lightroom desktop software for iPad back in April, now the company has released the app for iPhone users. In addition it also released three new apps – Sketch, Line and Photoshop Mix for the iPad. The company also began shipping new creative hardware called Adobe Ink, a new digital pen, and Adobe Slide, a new digital ruler that are sold together priced at US$199.99.
Adobe Sketch social sketching iPad app for free-form drawing, Line is an app for precision drawing and drafting and the Photoshop Mix is for compositing and masking. Both the Adobe Sketch and Line are Ink and Slide aware, but you can use them without the hardware for sketching and straight-line drawing. These apps and hardware are connected to the Adobe Creative Cloud and require Creative Cloud subscription.
Features of new Adobe apps
- Lightroom for iPhone: Provides the most efficient way to manage and edit images across desktops, mobile devices and the Web.
- Adobe Sketch: Create with essential drawing tools: a graphite pencil, an ink pen, two blending markers, (brush tip, chisel tip), and an eraser. Get live feedback from the creative community as you work.
- Adobe Line: Qorld’s first iPad app for precision drawing and drafting. Line recreates the art of drafting, combining organic drawing with beautiful straight lines, French curves and perfect shapes that can be drawn in plan and elevation views or in perspective.
- Photoshop Mix: Precise app for compositing and masking on iPad. Also offers powerful cloud-based imaging technology on iPad for the first time, including Upright, Content Aware Fill, and Camera Shake Reduction.
Adobe has also released new creative cloud app for iOS that lets Creative Cloud members to access and manage their files, assets, and more easily.
Download all the new Adobe apps here