Although Adobe’s tools have been residing on iOS platform for quite some time now, Android users have long missed them and relied on other third-party clones. Making amendments to current scenario, Adobe has launched 4 applications, namely Photoshop Mix, Brush CC, Color CC, Shape CC for Android platform, available to Creative Cloud subscribers only.
Adobe cites rising user demand on Android for this ahead-of-schedule launch of its flagship applications. To make this possible, the team ported Adobe’s Creative SDK to Android. Also, Adobe had a tedious task while designing applications for Android, considering the infinitely long list of Android devices.
These applications work much alike as they do on iOS platform. Brush CC, would let you create brushes for Photoshop, Illustrator and Photoshop Sketch from photos you capture on your mobile phone or tablet.
Similarly, Shape CC lets you create vector drawings based on photos from your phones, and Color CC lets you pick colors from any image you capture on mobile and save them as color palettes for later use in the Creative Cloud apps.
Also these applications have received an update on iOS platform and have brought along a host of new features.
Photoshop Mix app has been updated with Auto Crop and Shake Reduction for iPhone, Opacity control, send to Lightroom, and more.
In addition to importing assets from Creative Cloud Libraries into the Photoshop Mix app, users will now be able to pull Photoshop documents into Mix for editing on the go.
On the other hand, Send to Lightroom feature allows users to send a project from the Mix app into Lightroom’s library for organizing and editing.