Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 goes full fledged, upgrades at $79

Adobe Inc. today announced full fledged availability of its Aperture competitor Lightroom 4 software for Mac OS and Windows, listing the application at a penny less than $150 for the standalone, or $79 for an upgrade.  Alternatively, customers who purchased Photoshop CS5, Photoshop CS5 Extended, or any Creative Suite 5.5 edition can get Lightroom 4 for … Continue reading “Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 goes full fledged, upgrades at $79”

Adobe Photoshop Touch now on iOS

The world famous photo editing software Adobe Photoshop now has a iOS app so that you can edit photo right from your iOS device. The Adobe Photoshop Touch is available on the app store for $9.99. At that price it is completely worth if you are a frequent picture editor. The Adobe Photoshop Touch is … Continue reading “Adobe Photoshop Touch now on iOS”

Its Official: Adobe kills flash for mobile, Steve Jobs smiles from the heaven

He just had to have the last laugh! Before his death, Steve Jobs was involved in a never-ending battle with Adobe, which has seemingly ended today, a little over a month after Jobs’ death. Ever since the first iPhone’s launch back in 2007, Steve was reluctant to allow Adobe’s flash player into his mobile ecosystem, … Continue reading “Its Official: Adobe kills flash for mobile, Steve Jobs smiles from the heaven”

Adobe Premiere Elements 10 and Photoshop Elements 10 arrive on Mac App Store

Two of Adobe”s latest products, Premiere Elements 10 and Photoshop Elements 10, both of which launched about 2 months ago, have now made it to the Mac App Store, costing $79.99 each. From Adobe: New Facebook features allow you to auto analyze your images to identify people and tag them based on your Facebook friends. … Continue reading “Adobe Premiere Elements 10 and Photoshop Elements 10 arrive on Mac App Store”

Adobe takes Photoshop to new heights with ‘Unblur’ feature (video)

Adobe has demoed a new feature for Photoshop at the company’s MAX 2011 event called Unblur which could end the problem of blurred photos forever. The demo invited gasps of amazement from a crowd that witnessed a blurred photo, retouched and perfected in a matter of seconds. Advanced algorithms calculate the movements of the camera at the time the … Continue reading “Adobe takes Photoshop to new heights with ‘Unblur’ feature (video)”

New Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 advert mocks the iPad (video)

As expected, Samsung made much ado about having Adobe’s Flash capabilities as Apple continues to shun Adobe. But apart from that, is there any other reason why you would prefer the 10.1 Tab over the iPad?

Adobe CEO ends Flash war with Apple (video)

From the D9 Conference: Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen say the war between Adobe and Apple concerning the support of Flash on Apple’s iPhone and iPad devices is over. “It’s an argument that the press likes to continue bringing up,” he said in an on-stage conversation with Walt Mossberg. What does Steve Jobs has to say now? … Continue reading “Adobe CEO ends Flash war with Apple (video)”

DOWNLOAD: Adobe unleashes Creative Suite 5.5 (CS5.5)

Adobe has just packed a few major punches in the latest installment of its design and development software, Creative Suite. The new version — 5.5 — boasts the regular tweaks and updates you’d expect, but, apart from that, also bundles in some magical mobile-app specific capabilities along with HTML5. What does CS5.5 include? CS5.5 includes … Continue reading “DOWNLOAD: Adobe unleashes Creative Suite 5.5 (CS5.5)”

Adobe releases Flash-to-HTML5 converter, makes your website iPhone, iPad friendly

Well, they first previewed it in 2010 and now Adobe have finally released a pre-release version of their Flash-to-HTML5 converter, called ‘Wallaby’. Wallaby comes as a big relief to developers, who can now easily convert any website for viewing on iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad who do not support Flash. Devs will find … Continue reading “Adobe releases Flash-to-HTML5 converter, makes your website iPhone, iPad friendly”

Apple get more Anti-Flash. No preinstalled Flash on the New Macbook Air

Apple and Steve jobs the CEO of Apple surely hates flash a lot. Starting from iOS devices i.e. the Apple iPod,iPhone and later the iPad Apple has always been against flash. The reason that Apple give for the same is that Flash eats up a lot of battery on your portable devices. Now the anti-flash … Continue reading “Apple get more Anti-Flash. No preinstalled Flash on the New Macbook Air”