by Tommy Ly
May 11, 2012
In addition to the update for Adobe Photoshop Touch released earlier today, Adobe has just launched two new apps for iPad (after being Android-exclusive since last October): Adobe Collage and Adobe Proto. With Adobe Collage, you'll be able to create moodboards, or collages,by combining images, videos, drawings, and text. You can import .PDF, .PSD, and .AI files to be manipulated within the app. Or, search and import content from Google, Flickr and even YouTube. Adobe Proto lets you create wireframes for websites or apps right on your iPad with intuitive touch gestures. The app allows you to sketch the wireframes for website and mobile application layouts with simple finger strokes. Or, insert interactive wireframe components like menus, tabs, accordions, and more. Proto lets you build wireframes using well-known CSS grid systems and also supports WebKit previews and jQuery support. Both apps allow you to upload content created within them to the Adobe Creative Cloud for further refinement and sharing options. As a bonus, both come with free memberships to Adobe Creative Cloud, which gives you 2GB of cloud storage, the ability to sync between your iPad and desktop computer, access to your files from the web, and several different ways to share your creations. You can get Adobe Collage and Adobe Proto in the App Store for $9.99 each. We know that with a little dedication, you can even create entire apps on the iPad alone. So, what will you create with these two apps?