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| May 8, 2013
Adobe Ideas Goes Free, Gets Updated With Creative Cloud Storage In-App Purchase
Adobe Ideas for iOS, the popular vector-based drawing app developed by the eponymous software company, has just gotten an update and, perhaps more significantly, a price drop. And it's not just a price drop, mind you. Rather, it's a total price drop. Previously priced at $9.99, Adobe Ideas is now available in the App Store for free. Apparently, its going free is linked to one of the changes brought about by its latest update. And that's the new option of purchasing additional Adobe Creative Cloud storage from right within the app. Initially, you get up to 2GB of Creative Cloud storage. But you can now subscribe to an additional 20GB for one month via a $1.99 in-app purchase. Note that this subscription will automatically renew until canceled. [caption id="attachment_412907" align="aligncenter" width="270"] Adobe Ideas[/caption] Indeed, Adobe is looking to leverage its Creative Cloud service. At its MAX 2013 conference a couple of days ago, it announced its plans to move its focus toward developing applications that are powered by Creative Cloud. It even previewed a stylus and a ruler that are both cloud-enabled as well as iPad-compatible. As mentioned, Adobe Ideas has also received a new update. This update adds support for creating color themes from your artwork. What's more, it enables you to sync color themes between Adobe Ideas and Adobe Kuler. Also included in the update are Facebook and Twitter sharing, increased drawing accuracy, and support for customizing the toolbar with favorite brushes. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.1 or later, the new version of Adobe Ideas is available now in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]