As Android devices become faster and more capable computer-replacements, we’re expecting them to do things our traditional computers do, like photo editing. While Google provides a bit of support for effects on your pictures, and many OEMs provide some basic photo editing functionality in their software, sometimes it’s not quite enough, especially if you’re used to more in-depth editing on your desktop. That’s where this guide comes in; we’re going to list some of the best photo editing apps available for that supercomputer in your pocket. » Read the rest
Yesterday at Adobe Max 2011 Adobe introduced six new Touch Apps for Android tablets which lets you design, edit, and elegantly present your work. Intuitive touchscreen features give you easy, precise control whether you use your fingers or a stylus. You can even transfer files through Adobe Creative Cloud for further editing in Adobe Creative Suite. The Touch Apps will debut in November for a price of $9.99 each.
Here’s the rundown:
- Adobe Photoshop Touch: Transform images freely using core Photoshop features in an app custom-built for tablets.
- Adobe Proto: Create interactive wireframes and prototypes of websites and mobile apps.
- Adobe Ideas: Design virtually anywhere using vectors, layers, and color themes.
- Adobe Debut: Present Creative Suite designs anywhere with confidence, convenience, and complete control.
- Adobe Collage: Capture ideas and concepts by combining images, drawings, and text into conceptual moodboards.
- Adobe Kuler: Create, explore, download, and share color themes that can inspire any design project.
Demo video after the break
In the latest in the “why can’t people photoshop ANYTHING” series, it looks like we’ve got a Droid Eris running Windows Mobile. To make matters worse, It also appears to be running on some kind of HSPA network, as seen by the big “H” in the signal bars there. Verizon, I think it may be time to get yourselves a new advertising team… or at least come up with something a little more believable.
Been thinking that you want a Samsung Continuum, if only it would get rid of that totally awesome ticker display? Well, if you’re taking the same crazy awesome pills as Verizon’s Photoshop department, that dream can be a reality, along with your wishes for a unicorn that can fly you to Jupiter to buy you an extra black sock for that ecstasy party you’re going to.
That’s right, folks. In the latest round of “Verizon can’t not do up the bad Photoshop” news, Verizon took off the ticker display and slapped a big fat happy family onto the entire front side. Which is a shame, considering they could have added the TalkAndroid RSS feed to the bottom, found here.
Let us know your thoughts below.
Update: It looks like Verizon has fixed the pic with a new one, complete with all the things it’s supposed to be complete with.
Over at a French website, there’s a flyer rolling around showing off some prices for new phones. Nothing wrong there, right? Wrong, as it looks like someone in the advertising department messed up, and photoshopped a Droid UI onto a BlackBerry Torch. Pairing this with the recent “iOS on a DROID” thing, it looks like these companies need to get graphic design people with a bit more tech savvy.
[frandroid] Thanks Edouard for the tip!
Verizon executives may need to have a talk with the graphic design department that made their holidays ads. If you look very closely at the above picture, you can see that the screenshot they posted onto the Droid X in the ad is actually a screenshot from the iPhone version of Google Maps — note the blue menu bar at the bottom.
Looks like someone needs to lay of the coffee and concentrate. We’re almost offended.
Original photo by Doug Schwartz
So, as you can see, Batboy isn’t having the night he intended on. And although we’ve probably all been there before, we’re always happy to have a killer Android camera app to capture a cape crusader’s failure!
Let’s have a look at some of the apps we should always have ready to snap a few “candid” moments.