Adobe Slate App Makes it Easy to Create Visual Stories
Ever wondered how some people are good at designing stuff while others, like us, are not? Well, Adobe wishes to remove that difference as far as publishing stories and visual stories are concerned.
With Adobe Slate app, they are letting you turn your reports, invitations, newsletters and more into what would look like professionally designed pages.
The app is currently available on iOS and you can download it from iTunes where they have also described what they are offering:
Turn your next newsletter, report, invitation or travel adventure into a gorgeous story that delights readers on any device. Simply tap to select a unique look — beautiful fonts, color and magazine-style design are automatically incorporated. Fluid movement and elegant motion are applied instantly. Share your Slate story link anywhere. Grab attention, increase awareness and inspire action. Stand out.
Adobe is boasting of much needed aspects like simplicity, the usage or voice as well as typing in order to add text, ease of access to photo libraries across multiple platforms where you might have them, customizable layouts and more.
You are allowed to choose from numerous magazine styled layouts and customized them to your preference. Once you are done with customizing, you can brag about your designs by sharing the link on social media platforms, emails, website embeddings and more.
Interestingly, in the description of the said app, Adobe also urges the users to check out Adobe Voice. This is another app tool that lets you create animated videos. Here’s what the developers are saying about it:
If you like Slate, you’ll love another member of our family — Adobe Voice. Featured by Apple as one of the Best Apps of 2014, Adobe Voice is a free iPad app that helps you create stunning animated videos – in minutes.
In case you think you need something like Adobe Voice, you can go here to get it.
So what do you think of both Adobe Voice and Adobe Slate? Also, do tell us what you think of the change in trends where companies like Adobe are seriously following a plan for mobile and/ or tablet apps.
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