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All Adobe Apps Pro Photoshop, Lightroom, Premier Rush, Fresco, Illustrator For iPhone iPad

All Adobe Apps Pro Photoshop, Lightroom, Premier Rush, Fresco, Illustrator For iPhone iPad
Written by legend.robert

 

Adobe Fresco

Adobe Fresco is a free drawing and painting application, designed for iPad equipped with Apple Pencil and iPhone, designed for professional painting or artists who are keen to paint. Artwork can be synced across devices, so you can focus more on inspiration than where the file is located. I am a student and learning painting as a hobby. I started painting when I was 3 years old. Although I am not a professional, painting/painting has become a part of my life in the past 40 years. I am now trying to switch to digital painting and use different software, such as photoshop with a stylus, procreate, etc. I wanted an application that could provide a real drawing/painting experience, and adobe fresco realized this dream. The live brush is awesome. There are comments that there are not many tools, but I don’t think we really need them unless you are making time-limited products. A real painting is not about having multiple tools, but about the experience. I’m very happy to have the eraser option because you don’t even have that luxury in real media. I used procreate, which is a very suitable application for digital artists, but it does not imitate the experience of the real painting. So don’t try this app because of bad reviews. I really don’t want Adobe to kill the app just because of a bad review. There is also a lot of feedback about high prices, but I think they only apply to most professionals who have paid for the creative cloud. I only have a free app (not registered for 6 months) and have access to all the tools I need to learn and practice.

Adobe Illustrator

Create logos, illustrations, graphics, etc. Illustrator on the iPad can be intuitively used with Apple Pencil, so you can design anytime, anywhere, even offline-bringing your creativity to new places has never been easier.

Precise design is as natural as using pen and paper. Create vector lines, shapes, types, gradients, and effects. Use quick and intuitive pencil gestures to merge or cut graphics to remove unwanted areas. Fill your graphics with effects, and access more than 18,000 fonts, more than 20 color palettes, the latest real-time streams, and guided tutorials from famous ideas.

Work on projects across Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Fresco. In addition, your Illustrator work is automatically synced to the cloud, so you and your team can always access the latest version from your desktop or iPad.

This application is part of Adobe Creative Cloud. It is free for Creative Cloud members with plans that include Illustrator.

 

Adobe Lightroom

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a free, powerful photo editor and camera application that allows you to capture and edit stunning images.

I use this professional app for 90% of my editing work! It has most of the features I use on the Lightroom Classic desktop. I believe that by updating it one day, you will get all the features of Lightroom Classic. My guess is that this will be after Intel and Nvidia are eliminated and Apple has switched to all internal processors.

My big complaint, it may not be a big deal to most people, is that when I make any edits, it can tag photos, make adjustments, rate photos, etc…, and a pop-up window will pop up in the middle. Notify my screen, overlay my image, and tell me what adjustments I made. Even if the overlay is turned off in the settings, this small notification will pop up on each photo for a few seconds.

 

Adobe Photoshop

Photoshop on the iPad provides core tools designed specifically for Apple Pencil and touch. Get inspiration and learn tips and tricks in our new inspiration library. Our guides and guide markers will help you get familiar with the UI, which is designed for touch, and the power of the Apple Pencil. Use live broadcasts to share and showcase your projects with the creative community. We release new product features every month, so check out the “New Features” page in the app to learn what will happen next, suggest features, and help us create the Photoshop experience you want.

 

Adobe Premiere Rush

Premiere rush is the ultimate choice for editing videos on mobile devices. It is simple, intuitive, and very enjoyable to use! Although the video is a bit blurry (sometimes annoying) when editing, it is the best in other aspects! Export without the watermark is clear! It is free and has many good features for making simple and complex videos! I have been using it for a while and it is great! However, I want more free titles because the titles provided are white and sometimes blend in with the background of the video I’m making. My only complaint is that sometimes when I import a video from the photo library, the audio is out of sync with the video itself, and I can’t explain or fix it! ! This annoys me, but luckily it only happens in certain videos.

 

Adobe Spark

I like this app. I love adobe. I think this is great for creative people, and I praise this application and its possibilities. However, I want to stop using spark because its main error problem is not good for my business. I work day after day, telling my customers that we will have to postpone the release because the app keeps telling me to renew my subscription, but when I try to renew, the options show up as blank. So I spent a few hours trying to solve this problem, reset my phone, and re-download the app. It is exhausting. Especially because I might do this once a month. Every few months it decides to turn the image black and only keep the text when I try to download or publish. When I reset and download again, it will delete all the jobs I just put in. Spark has always been a savior. But if I catch it on a bad day, it will ruin everything and at least let me go back one day

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