Adobe is very serious regarding the mobile ecosystem, as we've seen the company announce quite a few new apps. After it has launched Voice back in 2014 as a standalone storytelling app, Adobe is now releasing a new one with a similar purpose.
Called 'Slate', the app allows iPad users to pull in photos from different cloud services and offers predesigned “themes” to choose from. However, what sets the app apart from the rest of other similar tools is that Slate uses a combination of photos and original text to create photo essays, newsletters, educational projects and much more. Here's how the official description of the app sounds like:
"Turn your next newsletter, report, invitation or travel adventure into a gorgeous story that delights readers on any device. Simply tap to select a unique look — beautiful fonts, color and magazine-style design are automatically incorporated. Fluid movement and elegant motion are applied instantly. Share your Slate story link anywhere. Grab attention, increase awareness and inspire action. Stand out."
And now let's have a look at the main features of the app:
Go ahead and follow the link from below to download the app on your iPad if you have been looking for such a tool.
- BRING YOUR WORDS & IMAGES TOGETHER IN FUN WAYS - fun, fast and super simple; just talk or type to add text; use photos from your own device, your Lightroom library or Creative Cloud files; pick a layout you love and Slate will make it look great.
- CAPTURE ATTENTION WITH GORGEOUS DESIGN. INSTANTLY - just tap on a variety of magazine-style themes for a custom, polished look; find a style to fit your story - one tap automatically changes fonts, colors and motion.
- SHARE THE LINK EVERYWHERE. IMPRESS READERS - your Slate story looks beautiful on any device - phones, tablets and desktops; inspire readers to action with buttons that link to: donate now, volunteer or learn more; share your Slate story link on Twitter, Facebook, email, text message or embed it on your website.