The other day I shared a video of Adobe’s vision for its creative software, and the stuff they intend to implement is nothing short of magical. While caught up in my anticipation of things that might be, it looks like Adobe already launched three apps for their new Creative Cloud Capture platform: Brush CC, Shape CC, and Color CC (new name for Adobe Kuler). This is a clear step in the right direction integrated device use, and shows promise for what they hope to achieve down the road. Truthfully, I’ve been real slow in upgrading from CS5/CS6 to the Adobe CC subscription plan, but it looks like this may just be the push that I finally need.
The new Adobe Brush for iOS allows you to make custom brushes out of anything you can take a photo of, and then bring them into Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and Photoshop Sketch.
The new Shape CC for iOS allows you to snap photos of any shape and turn them into workable vector graphics.
Color CC is the new Adobe Kuler and still allows you to create color swatches and palettes from photos.