Adobe has announced a new version of its popular Creative Suite for smartphones and tablet PCs.
The Creative Suite 5.5 allows video and image editing by the users. Along with this, there are new capabilities added as well that integrate the tablets into creative workflows, said the company in a release.
The software firm has also announced subscription plans which will allow users to use the Adobe apps by just paying a rental instead of buying them outright.
The prices, of the new version, start from $35 (about Rs 1,500) which goes up to $129 (about Rs 5,700) as users add more apps to their shopping cart.
The software firm has also come out with three iPad applications: Color Lava (it helps mixing colours and helps it transfer to Photoshop), Nav (it lets users choose Photoshop tools) and Ezael (a finger painting app).
The trend of content editing software programmes including audio and video editing on tablets was actually set by Apple itself as it was Apple which showed faith in tablet version of Garageband and iMovie — the software programmes that proved tablets could also be used to create content, instead of just consuming them.
The Adobe approach is slightly different with its new apps, as it pairs the Adobe software programmes on PCs with the tablet apps.