Creative powerhouse Adobe is extending three of its apps to support the upcoming Apple Watch.
First up, with Behance users can view their Inbox, Notfications, My Work, and Nearby on the Apple Watch. With a watch glance, you can also take a look at your daily stats on the creative community. Users can even remotely control Airplay presentations from their watch.
The app itself has been updated with pictured Handoff support so you can switch between the watch, iPhone app, and even the Mac desktop quickly and easily. Other improvements include a share extension, iOS 8 Notification Center widget, interactive notifications, and more.
Adobe Color CC users can pair their app and watch to reveal color themes that were captured nearby. Here’s more about that app from an Adobe blog post:
Swipe to see the ten most popular themes in the vicinity. Extend your mobile and desktop workflows by adding new color swatches to your Creative Cloud Libraries design assets as-is, or pass one to your iPhone for real-time adjustments. And this is all available back at your desk, thanks to your unique Creative Profile, so you can continue working in CC desktop tools.
With the Creative Cloud update, Apple Watch users can monitor activity on share files, view and reply to a file’s comments, accept or decline invitations to collaborate, and more.
As always, make sure to visit our sister site WatchAware’s interactive database of all approved watch apps – which is currently more than 2,100 titles.
For other app news and reviews today, see: Fireproof Games announce The Room Three will now arrive sometime this summer, Breaking, a great iOS 8 Notification Center widget, makes the move to the Apple Watch with a new update, and You need skills to survive in Kayos, a minimally futuristic infinite runner.