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Your new iPad Pro will have 4GB of RAM, or will it?

Is Apple strong arming Adobe into hiding the amount of memory installed in the new iPad Pro?

Adobe Stock simplifies licensing and working with images

A new Adobe service allows users to license stock photography straight from within Creative Cloud products.

Adobe Document Cloud allows you to sign and sync your PDFs

Adobe's Document Cloud service has gone live, with a number of new and updated iPhone and iPad apps to make managing digital texts easier.

Adobe Slate for iPad combines words and images to help tell a unique, beautiful story

Adobe Slate is an innovative new app that can make us all look like professional designers.

Starting a new design project is easier with Adobe's new Comp CC app for iPad

The latest Adobe app for iPad is here. Comp CC is available for download on the App Store.

The AppAdvice Week In Review: The Fire Phone, iWatch And More

These are just a few of the stories we covered during the week that was.

Adobe's One More Thing: A Physical Ruler And Pen For Apps Called Ink And Slide

Adobe is introducing a new stylus and ruler called Ink and Slide.

Adobe Photoshop Mix Launches For iPad, As Adobe Lightroom Comes To iPhone

It's a big day for photographers as Adobe launches two new iOS apps.

Adobe’s Lightroom Could Go Mobile And Bring Raw Photo Editing To iPad

An important tool for professional photographers could soon arrive on iOS.

Say It Ain’t So: Mobile Flash Is Dead

Adobe today announced that it was ending its development of Mobile Flash and focusing instead on HTML5. Calling HTML5 “now universally supported on major mobile devices,” Adobe contends that HTML 5 is the “best solution for creating and deploying content across mobile platforms.”

Adobe Carousel Arrives

One month after it was unveiled, Adobe’s highly anticipated Carousel application has arrived. The product uses the company’s Adobe Photoshop Lightroom technology to allow customers to access and edit their photos across various devices regardless of operating system.

After Siri's Success, Who Should Apple Target Next?

With Apple reporting that one million iPhone 4Ss were sold in the first 24 hours, it probably isn’t too early to call the latest iPhone a success. Should Apple thank Siri for this and if so what does that mean for the company going forward? In other words, who should Apple gobble up next? We've got some thoughts.

Adobe Announces Six New iPad Apps

Adobe Systems today unveiled six new apps for Android tablets and the iPad. Each is part of a new cloud-based initiative called the Adobe Creative Cloud. The six Adobe Touch apps are: Adobe Photoshop Touch, Adobe Collage, Adobe Debut, Adobe Ideas, Adobe Kuler, and Adobe Proto.

Top AppAdvice News And Apps Of The Past Week

The last week saw more iPhone 5 rumors. However, the biggest technology news came from Google and Adobe, both which announced new iOS products.

Adobe To Release Carousel, Allowing You To Access Photos From Any Device (Video)

Adobe Systems Incorporated today unveiled a new product called Carousel for the iPhone/iPod touch, iPad, and Mac OS. The product uses the company’s Adobe Photoshop Lightroom technology and allows customers to access all of their photos across various devices. The product is expected to arrive later this month.

Adobe Announces Support For Newsstand

Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced that its Adobe Digital Publishing Suite customers will be able to create magazine and newspaper applications that appear in the Apple Newsstand, which is coming with iOS 5.

Google Now Helping Apple Kill Adobe Flash Once And For All

Google has quietly released its new swiffy product that lets developers convert Flash SWF files to HTML5. For iPhone/iPod touch and iPad owners, this is yet another sign the days when some websites wouldn’t work via Mobile Safari are coming to an end.

Adobe CEO Declares Anti-Flash Smack Talk Dead, Thinks Android Will Soon Overtake iPad

Speaking with Walt Mossberg at All Things Digital's D9 event, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen stated that Adobe and Apple's "war with words" has eventually ceased, and that he expects Android to overtake the iPad very soon.

Writers Take Note: Adobe Story App Is Here (And It's Free)

Although they have yet to release their new creative apps for the iPad, Adobe Systems did drop a surprise into the App Store today. Adobe Story is available for the iPhone/iPod touch.

Adobe's Big Splash Into App Store Gets Closer To Becoming Reality

Adobe Systems Inc. is getting closer to making significant inroads in the App Store. The company has released an update to its popular Photoshop CS5 application. With it, Photoshop now provides support for Adobe’s upcoming line of iPad apps.

Watch YouTube Live On Your iOS Device With This Handy Web App

A new Web app allows Apple fans to watch YouTube Live broadcasts on their iOS device. Read on to find out how to access the service.

The Day Has Come: Adobe to Stream Live Video To iDevices (Video)

As the old adage goes, if you can’t beat them, join them. This appears to be the reasoning behind Adobe’s apparent shift by making a product update available that will work on iDevices.

Apple May Hate Flash, But Adobe TV Now Plays Nice With iOS

Adobe TV - Adobe's video training resources website - is now iOS friendly, despite Apple's sustained lack of support for Flash content. Now, iOS device owners can access the website from their iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Skyfire 3.0 For iPhone: More Video, More Social, More Searchable

Skyfire Web Browser for iPhone ($2.99) has just received a major update. Now, users of the app can enjoy version 3.0, which brings support for Flash video from more websites, and more advanced social network integration.