Adobe Releases 'All-in-one' Video Editing App Premiere Rush for Creating Social Video

Adobe finally has a full version of Photoshop for the iPad

Adobe confirms full version of Photoshop is coming to iPad

All Creative Cloud plans should include Adobe Fonts as of today October 15th, including single-app plans and the Photography Plan. Initially, Premiere Rush CC is available on desktop and iOS devices, while Rush for Android is planned to launch in 2019. Premiere Rush CC also comes with built-in access to Motion Graphics templates in Adobe Stock.

Adobe is bringing Photoshop CC to iPad in 2019 and in its announcement this morning, it placed emphasis on one word: real as in real Photoshop.

You can achieve some pretty sleek results with Premiere Rush CC and in a relatively short time.

As you might expect of such a tool, Premiere Rush CC is designed largely to export to popular video streaming services like YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. There's also a Premiere Rush CC Starter Plan, which makes the app available for free with the ability to create an unlimited number of projects and export up to three projects.

Adobe didn't waste any time giving attendees of its Adobe MAX conference something to cheer about on Monday, as the software company announced that Photoshop CC is finally coming to iPad. Users will be able to open and edit native PSD files using Adobe's standard Photoshop image editing tools, for example, and it'll with all of the same toolbar options as the desktop app. And your projects sync to the cloud, so you can upload from your phone and then use a larger PC, Mac, or tablet for more sophisticated edits.

As for Project Gemini, it's a new app created to aid drawing and painting workflows. Project Gemini is said to pair smoother raster and vector drawing with classic and dynamic Photoshop brushes.

Spark Post for Android, previously available as a public beta, is now available as a 1.0 app via the Google Play store.

With Photoshop on iPad, the application has been redesigned for a touch-based experience. Rather than focusing on an individual subset of desktop features, like Adobe's existing Photoshop Fix, Express, and Mix do, the aim with this forthcoming app is to provide the full desktop Photoshop experience on an iPad. And it also has one-click (or tap) sharing presets so you won't have to figure out on your own how to format it for different social networks.

Chief Executive Officer Shantanu Narayen has sought to expand Adobe by emphasizing its main creative software and bolstering a suite of business offerings.

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