Bazaart gets Creative
A couple of months ago, Adobe launched a core Adobe Creative Cloud technology called Adobe CreativeSync to “remove friction from the creative process by intelligently syncing creative assets across apps and devices and extending cross-app interoperability to any supported app.”
CreativeSync is currently available in beta to only a few third parties. And one of those select few is Bazaart, which has just become one of the first apps to integrate with the technology.
As a result, you can now move between Bazaart and certain Adobe photo-editing apps seamlessly by tapping the More button with the CreativeSync logo in Bazaart’s edit screen. This enables you to quickly and easily apply advanced photo manipulations available from Adobe apps to the images you’re editing in Bazaart.
For example, as demoed in the video below, you can effortlessly trigger the Liquify and Healing tools in Adobe Photoshop Fix to change facial features and erase blemishes, and the results will be instantly reflected in Bazaart when you return to it.
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Of course, you need to have the Adobe apps installed on your iOS device to edit with them alongside Bazaart. If you don’t have them yet, you’ll be prompted to download them for free from the App Store.
Bazaart gets festive
In addition to adding support for Adobe CreativeSync, the latest update to Bazaart also features holiday content, including free Christmas-themed templates, fonts, backgrounds and designer artwork.
Bazaart now also integrates with PhotoBox to let you print greeting cards and order gifts incorporating your own designs. Just tap the gift icon to get started.
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 8.2 or later, the new version of Bazaart is available now on the App Store as a free update or as a new $4.99 download.
It’s great to see Adobe CreativeSync integrated into Bazaart. And I hope Bazaart is just one of the first of many apps that will offer the cross-app convenience of CreativeSync. Especially in the current mobile app landscape where multiple apps are needed to perform different editing tasks, CreativeSync allows users to edit across a number of apps in one seamless workflow.
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