Adobe Photoshop Express made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store back in 2013, and has been recognized as the most elegant, futuristic, fluid, user-friendly, streamlined and feature-packed third-party photo editing tool ever since. So, consequently, we’ve decided to bring the application its very own review here on Cult of Android.
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HTC has begun rolling out its Android 4.4 KitKat update to One handsets across Europe. The 308MB release adds a number of new features, including support for the Cloud Print service and Bluetooth profiles, and improves security. It also kills HTC’s own web browser and support for Adobe Flash in favor of Chrome.
Adobe has overhauled its Photoshop Express app for Android to deliver a “streamlined” user experience, a faster imaging engine, and new features. The update also brings support for devices running Google latest Android 4.4 KitKat operating system.
Adobe is in the process of pushing out a rather hefty update for its official Adobe Reader application on the Google Play Store. In addition to the usual bug fixes and speed optimizations, this upgrade brings a shedload of new features, including a completely redesigned file browser, new PDF export tools, Multi Window support and improved Text Search.
Dolphin, a popular third-party browser for Android, just got another big update that makes several improvements and introduces new features. In addition to a new look, the app now boasts a customizable home screen with over 60 speed dial slots, a new Web App Store, Flash support, and more.
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Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs threatened Palm CEO Edward Colligan with patent litigation if he did not agree to stop poaching Apple employees, according to a court filing that was made public on Tuesday.
Confidential emails between the pair, along with documents from Adobe and Google, have surfaced in a civil lawsuit that claims a number of major companies in Silicon Valley violated antitrust rules by entering into agreements not to recruit each other’s employees. Five employees are now fighting for class action status and damages for lost wages as a result of the “no-hire” agreements.
Adobe Reader for Android and iOS received a hefty update today, adding a slew of new features and enhancing performance across the board. We’ll highlight these new features for you below and then send you over to the Adobe blog where they have done an excellent job at explaining what has been added and improved in the latest Adobe Reader update.
Adobe may have stopped development on its mobile Flash but it certainly hasn’t stopped updating it to ensure compatibility and security. Both Adobe Flash and AIR received updates today, bringing with them bug fixes, enhancements, and compatibility fixes for Android 4.0. Of course, Adobe lists the complete changelog on their website, but the the updates essentially include:
Earlier in the month Adobe updated its Flash Player to include support for Android 4.0 and while Adobe has already announced its discontinuation of the mobile Flash platform, it will continue supporting the AIR platform. Today Adobe updated their AIR application to also include support for Ice Cream Sandwich along with a few performance improvements and bug fixes. This update is a relief to many Galaxy Nexus owners as well as the many owners whose devices will be receiving the ICS update within the next couple of months.