Photo Editor by Aviary gets revamped by Adobe – $200 FREE Limited supplies
You already know about Adobe’s Creative tools and the diverse applications they provide now even for Mobile. Considering the mobilisation of many industries previously, the Creatives are yet to get fully-functioning apps for their mobile platforms which are just as powerful as their PC version. This is the problem that Adobe have been looking for in the past few years and taking baby steps towards creating a seamless connection between the PC and Mobile using their Creative Cloud.
Finally the very first app is here which empowers you to do the same and guess what, you already know it. It’s our very own Photo Editor by Aviary that’s getting updated to access Adobe Creative Cloud services. This is the result of the acquisition of Aviary by Adobe and from now on, Aviary will be budding from inside Adobe.
Coming on to the update, which is the sweetest release of Photo Editor yet by Aviary (Sounds familiar?), it features a new revamped interface along with some new highlights. You now get Stencil overlays which you can apply on your pictures for new and unique images. The Overlays will be updated with new effects, stickers and frames from time to time. Sky is your limit!
They have also included Vignettes effects on mass request from users. You can place light or dark vignettes over your photos with the option to customize the shape, size and intensity. New photo adjustments including Highlights, Shadows, Tint and fade gives you freedom to achieve the perfect look for every photograph.
As I said, you can now store your supplies on the adobe’s creative cloud and for this November only, you are getting Aviary’s range of awesome effects, stickers, frames and overlays for FREE when you sign in to Photo Editor with your Adobe ID. And it’s not just “any” offer you see everyday. The whole package is worth $200. How awesome is that?
Overall, it’s a nice thing that two people in the same industry working towards the same goal are collaborating and it makes sense. Expect to see more frequent updates from Aviary now that the acquisition is finally done and Adobe is pulling the strings. Also, if you want to become a beta tester, you can join their Android or iOS beta groups so they can extract some invaluable feedback and direct their future actions accordingly.
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