Adobe today announced its Design Mobile Bundle, a collection of its best iPad apps for photo editing, graphic design, art, and social media.
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In an explosion of creativity, Adobe today is updating several of its Creative Cloud offerings while launching dozens of new products as well.
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Be aware, Microsoft. Adobe is bringing full Photoshop to the iPad.
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