Adobe has just unleashed its range of Touch Apps on Android for all the creative people out there who want to use their tablets for more than just content consumption. These apps will be a key component in Adobe’s upcoming Creative Cloud service that will be released next year, that will allow sharing and viewing of the content created using these apps on multiple devices.
The range of apps includes the Adobe Photoshop Touch, which is meant for image editing. Next is Adobe Collage for moodboards, Adobe Debut for presenting and reviewing creative work, Adobe Ideas for sketching, Adobe Kuler for exploring color themes and Adobe Proto for website and mobile app prototyping. All of these apps are currently available on the Android Market for $9.99 and can be installed on tablets with Android 3.1 or higher.
Out of these, only Adobe Ideas is currently available on iOS (albeit for only $5.99) but Adobe plans to release the rest of the five apps in early 2012.