Results tagged “mobile devices”

Adobe EchoSign eSignature App Now Ready for iOS Devices

We’re excited today to announce the immediate availability of the free Adobe EchoSign application for iOS devices.  We realize that you are doing more and more business over your mobile devices and tablets and we’re committed to helping you streamline your business processes and increase productivity.  Now, you can easily get access to you EchoSign accounts and sign documents directly from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

For more details on the Adobe EchoSign app, check out the Acrobat Solutions blog or the view the press release.   And be sure to download the app now at the iTunes Stores. After all, it’s free. Happy Holidays!


Flash Brings the Web to Life

With dozens of tablets and new smartphones coming to market over the coming weeks and months, developers want to know how to deploy and monetize their apps across screens without having to rewrite apps for every platform and device – from smartphones, to tablets, netbooks, televisions, and others. Check out new videos just posted to the Flash Platform blog that give an update on mobile apps and the breadth of Flash content on the Web available on exciting new devices, like the upcoming Dell tablet.

Adobe and Wired Demo New Digital Magazine Format

Adobe and Wired are collaborating on a new digital magazine edition that will complement Wired’s print version — something that will be perfect for the new generation of mobile devices that everyone is so excited about. We demoed this at the TED conference last week. The product team and Wired have created a video that highlights the experience that readers — and advertisers — can expect, as publications embrace new digital formats that leave traditional web experiences in the dust.

Learn more on our Digital Publishing Blog: http://www.adobe.com/go/wired and check out the work at: https://xd.adobe.com/#/videos/video/515
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Adobe Announcements at Mobile World Congress 2010

Today at the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Adobe made several exciting announcements that further the company’s leadership role in bringing a richer, more immersive user experience to mobile devices.

Adobe unveiled AIR on mobile devices and announced that a beta of Flash Player 10.1 was made available to content providers and mobile developers worldwide. Adobe AIR enables developers to build cross-platform, standalone applications and deliver them through app stores, mobile marketplaces, adobe.com and other ways. General availability of AIR for Android is expected in 2010. Additional platforms including BlackBerry are expected to be supported in the future.

Adobe is also confirming that the full Flash Player (Flash Player 10.1) is on track for general availability in the first half of 2010. If you’re attending the show, drop by the Adobe booth (Stand 1D45 in Hall 1) to talk to Adobe experts and see Flash Player 10.1 running on Android, Palm WebOS and other platforms and devices. As part of the announcement Adobe also shared that the Open Screen Project has grown to close to 70 partners, all working to bring uncompromised Web browsing to smartphones, tablets, smartbooks, netbooks and other consumer electronics.

On the partnership front, Adobe has joined the LiMo Foundation, allowing developers to bring Flash to LiMo devices. Current members of LiMo include some of the largest operators and OEMs in the industry, including LG, NEC, NTT DOCOMO, Orange, Panasonic, Samsung, SK Telecom, Telefonica, Vodafone, and Verizon Wireless. A full description of LiMo can be found here.

Adobe AIR 2 & Flash Player 10.1 Betas Now on Adobe Labs

Beta versions of Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2 are available now on Adobe Labs for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Flash Player 10.1 is also available for x86-based netbooks, and expected to be available across a broad spectrum of smartphones and other Internet-connected devices in 2010.

These beta releases are mainly for developers to start working with the new features and ensure already-existing content works with the new runtimes, but other people are welcome to download and try them as well. Just be sure to read the release notes (for AIR 2 here; and Flash Player 10.1 notes here) before installing.

The Flash Platform blog has more about the news, including a rundown of multi-touch capabilities and what it means now that there is hardware acceleration of H.264 video on supported Windows PCs and x86-based netbooks. Also, the press release has further details including loads of links.

And check out Kevin Lynch demoing new features of AIR 2 and multi-touch from the day one MAX 09 keynote, below.

Flash Player 10.1 demos from MAX 2009

At MAX 2009, Kevin Lynch demoed Flash Player 10.1 on loads of devices — smartphones, netbooks and a TV.

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