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| May 30, 2013
Capture Color Inspiration With Adobe’s New Kuler App
Adobe’s newest app, Kuler, has just landed in the App Store. The color-selection app allows users to capture images with their iPhone camera or import images from Photo Stream, Flickr, or anywhere on the Web. Kuler will then let you experiment and play with different color themes that can be adjusted with the color wheel. Colors can also be adjusted with RGB color sliders. Preset color moods in the camera mode and color wheel provide a nice starting point to begin with. The color themes created with the app can then be synced to the Kuler site to share with enthusiasts or to use in other Adobe programs like Illustrator or Ideas. Themes can also be shared via email or Twitter. Adobe Kuler is designed for the iPhone/iPod touch but is compatible with the iPad. It can be downloaded now in the App Store for free. At its MAX 2013 conference earlier this month, Adobe made news by announcing that instead of continuing with it’s popular Creative Suite of applications, the company was moving to a subscription-based service, Adobe Creative Cloud. The company also previewed two new accessories compatible with the iPad – an Internet-connected, pressure sensitive stylus and a companion ruler that helps users draw lines and focus on complex drafting work with the tablet. [gallery link="file"]