Adobe Deputs eSignatures, Takes Digital Signatures To The Cloud

"This Friday, Adobe unveils the public beta version of eSignatures, a cloud-based service that lets you easily add your John Hancock to documents online. Upload your document, insert the recipient’s e-mail, select a date, insert a message and then sign. The finished document is certified to ensure that it hasn’t been altered since the signature— if it is modified in any way the certification tag disappears. The process is dead simple (it took me less than two minutes from start to finish) and best of all, it’s free."

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New Color Profiles Added To Adobe Lightroom

Adobe has released an update to clean up the mess that was the profiling system in Lightroom. No longer hidden in the settings menus, the new Lightroom Classic CC and Adobe Camera Raw now show these settings up in the top edit panel.

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Lightroom brings RAW photography to iOS

Adobe just issued a hefty update for its Lightroom application in the App Store. In addition to introducing compatibility for the new DCI-P3 color space that can be found in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the upgrade also permits users to capture RAW images using the Digital Negative format.

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Adobe lights a fire under its free iOS consumer productivity apps with a new rebranding scheme

Three popular creative apps join a new Web app under the Adobe Spark family.

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Sahil2685d ago

Everything created with these apps looks awfully similar, sort of like the Instagram filters of design. Kinda bland.