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January 21, 2016 /Apps & Services /

Introducing Adobe Voice for iPhone

If there’s one request we’ve heard loud and clear from the Voice community over the past year, it’s this: MORE VOICE! While the iPad has been a fantastic platform to tell and share Record_5.5iphone_1xstories with the world, not everyone has immediate access to one. That is why we’re extremely excited to announce that the award winning Adobe Voice is now available on the iPhone as well. And as always, it’s free!

If you’re not yet familiar with this app, Adobe Voice puts Adobe’s 30 years of animation and cinematography experience “under the hood,” allowing anyone, regardless of experience, to create compelling videos and share them instantly with the world. To get started, simply download Adobe Voice for iPhone from the App Store. If you already have the app on your iPad, all your projects will automatically sync so you can work on your videos whenever inspiration strikes.

Not just an editor’s favorite with an App Store Best of 2014 award, Adobe Voice has had more than 3.5 million iPad downloads since its launch in 2014.

Get more information here or view the app in action here:

So what are you waiting for? Head on over to the App Store to start telling your Voice story too!

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  • By jerz - 9:31 AM on January 21, 2016  

    adobe is becoming an ios only company

    • By Jay - 10:05 AM on January 21, 2016  

      Agree with you, Jerz. Very unfortunate that Android user need to wait before anything come out.
      It’s like Apple and Microsoft version. The Apple one got always 2 steps ahead in term of features.
      I guess many Adobe employees are Apple fan boy. They do not own other system personally.

      • By LarryF - 12:56 PM on January 21, 2016  

        Please Adobe, get in on Windows 10 Universal.

        • By Aaron - 11:30 PM on January 27, 2016  

          +1 AGREED! Adobe, don’t leave out Win10 (mobile & UAP app!)

  • By Chris Dickman - 9:34 AM on January 21, 2016  

    Did I miss the part where it says when the Android version will be available?

  • By Chris Lupetti - 2:58 PM on January 24, 2016  

    I am hoping Adobe releases an Android version very soon.

  • By Ty - 8:02 AM on January 25, 2016  

    I totally agree that there’s always a much longer wait when it comes to Android releases with Adobe. I hate it too but I realize that it’s more difficult to develop for Android because of all of the different “custom” versions of it sold by major phone distributors. Only Apple sells Apple products so there’s only one source really.