Adobe is by far the market leader when it comes to digital creativity, with their Creative Cloud suite being the way to go for web designers, photographers, and illustrators. The package includes the essentials such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver (although this isn’t the must-have it used to be), Premiere Pro, Lightroom, Illustrator and InDesign to name a few.
With the increased range of ChromeOS devices now featuring Android apps, it’s time for Adobe to ensure that its Android-powered creative apps take best advantage, to allow users of the Chrome platform some real power. The following apps have been optimised for this experience (with links to each on the Play Store):
- Photoshop Mix
- Lightroom Mobile
- Illustrator Draw
- Photoshop Sketch
- Adobe Comp CC
- Creative Cloud Mobile
Which when put in context of the recently announced Chromebooks focussed on the education sector, one of which has a stylus, all of a sudden the Chromebook is a realistic option for students and designers alike as a solid daily laptop.
Would you look to the more financially viable Chromebooks in your working life if they met your needs?