Apps for Education: Adobe’s Awesome iPad App Suite

I've been playing around with some of Adobe's iPad apps. There are quite a few of them in the App Store and they're all free. And they're actually pretty good.


Add voice, text, icons and pictures. And then a few pages. Export or share. And you're done. One of the quickest, easiest ways to create videos.



Create those cool-looking moving image magazine thingies that seem to be all the rage these days. (See Flowvella and Sway.) Add text, audio, links quickly and easily.



Create pretty video synchronized to a soundtrack.



Collect ideas from almost anywhere and present easily. Add text, images, websites and even import from Pinterest, Instagram and Dropbox.



Turn photos into faux art.



Cut, mix and blend images.



A nice little sketching app. It's crazy what some people can do with it. My sketches look like a three-year-old's crayon drawings. (See also: Adobe Illustrator Draw)



Quickly fix and enhance photos. Also see: Photoshop Fix and Aviary.




About Sean Hampton-Cole

Fascinated by thinking & why it goes wrong➫ (Un)teacher ➫iPadologist ➫Humanist ➫Stirrer ➫Edupunk ➫Synthesist ➫Introvert ➫Blogger ➫Null Hypothesist.
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One Response to Apps for Education: Adobe’s Awesome iPad App Suite

  1. pixill8 says:

    Wow! Green with envy at the possibilities. Almost wish I were back in the classroom again with these little beauties. Thanks, Sean.

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