We don’t know many people who really miss Adobe Flash. HTML is faster, more secure, and easier on resources. Flash was a mess, causing major lag playing a 2D Flash game on a $2,000 gaming rig. Not to mention that Flash is far less common these days. In 2014, over 80% of Chrome users visited ... Read More »
Adobe has announced that the Lightroom mobile app is getting a big new feature on both Android and iOS. It is now able to shoot RAW HDR.
Now, HDR isn’t particularly special as most phones come with built in HDR. But Lightroom takes three separate shots and creates a composite RAW file which, unlike JPG, ... Read More »
While the mobile photo world has long been focused on firing off quick shots and slapping a filter on them, largely to help to mask the questionable image quality often associated with smartphones, the reality is that in the last couple years, smartphone camera quality has improved exponentially.
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Though Flash played an incredibly important part in the evolution of the internet, all things must come to an end. The once revolutionary plugin is now bloated, slow, a resource hog, and most importantly, a security mess. Flash vulnerabilities seem to never stop popping up, and updates come constantly.
Google knows this, and has announced ... Read More »
Image editing on-the-go has still not quite made the permanent leap to phones and tablets in a way that provides the user with as much control as desktop solutions. However, the desire for mobile editing hasn’t waned. With Adobe at the top of the game as far as desktop editing goes, it’s hard to ignore ... Read More »
Just one short year after it was introduced, Adobe announced it would be backing away from Flash for Android. We knew this day was coming, Android 4.1 doesn’t allow for the installation of Flash, and now it’s official. Starting tomorrow, Adobe will disable all new installs of Flash for Android.
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Adobe Flash Player has been every Android fan’s pride since its release. We love being able to see the web as it is meant to be – with Flash. There has been conflicting opinions since Adobe announced the end of Flash for Android a couple of weeks ago. Some think that it is a ... Read More »
At their Adobe MAX conference in early October, Adobe announced they would be releasing a suite of tablet-optimized versions of their popular graphic design and photo editing tools on Honeycomb tablets. This announcement was widely acclaimed, as it would most notably bring a feature rich version of Adobe’s Photoshop application for the low, low ... Read More »
The end of development for Flash Player mobile has been a hot topic these past couple days. Adobe announced that HTML5 was the future of mobile media, and that the company needed to put their efforts into that and Air. But is that the only reason?
Adobe product manager Mike Chambers took to his ... Read More »
Are you tired of Adobe Flash Player slowing down and crashing your Android browser? This morning Danny Winokur of Adobe made a blog post to announce the future of Flash Player for mobile. “We will no longer continue to develop Flash Player in the browser to work with new mobile device configurations following the upcoming ... Read More »