Adobe, today launched its Creative SDK for iOS at its MAX conference in Los Angeles. Although the public Beta is currently available only for iOS, the company announced that it will be coming pretty soon to Android too.
The Creative SDK, first revealed by the company, a few months ago, allows users to bring in some of Photoshop’s features to their apps, as well as the ability to easily work with PSD files. The earlier revealed Creative SDK was only available to a select number of private Beta testers. But today, the SDK has been made public.
Some of the applications that already use the service include the drawing engine Fabrika, the presentation app Flowboard and a host of Adobe’s own mobile apps.
But as has always been the case, when Adobe was questioned about an Android version, it clearly mentioned the uncertainty. Adobe released the public beta only for iOS users, and simply said that the Android version is coming soon.