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Adobe Just Got Even Kuler

Our Kuler web app has been a hit with creatives everywhere for a few years now, allowing designers (and the color-curious like myself) to create and explore color themes. We sneaked the new version of Kuler at Adobe MAX back in early May — and today it’s available.  A new revamped web experience for Kuler is now online at: http://kuler.adobe.com

It’s really a gorgeous piece of web design that has been rebuilt and optimized for the latest versions of Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer.

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But the real exciting news is that Kuler has gone mobile with the delivery of a new free iPhone app available, here. Kuler allows you to easily extract a theme from what the iPhone camera is seeing, without even taking a photo. It’s as simple as opening the app, pointing the camera at something and its colors are quickly captured for later use.

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Kuler also has a Sync Color feature for use with Illustrator CC.  Sync Colors lets you use Kuler and Illustrator to quickly incorporate colors you see around you into your vector artwork. Sync your favorite themes with the Kuler website, and they’ll be accessible immediately inside Illustrator CC – which will be available as part of our major update to Creative Cloud, released on June 17.

The Kuler team is always interested in hearing your views, so if you’d like to join the conversation head over to the Kuler forum.

Google and Adobe bringing improved Flash Player support in Chrome

You may have heard the news – we are collaborating with Google to bring improved Flash Player support in Chrome. Learn more on our Flash Player blog!

Google’s Nexus One will have Flash Player

Google introduced their new Nexus One phone today — watch Adrian Ludwig preview an early version of Flash Player 10.1 running on the new device.

As we announced at MAX, Google has joined the Open Screen Project to bring another level of openness to the Web that is good for both developers and users.
Many of Google’s technologies such as YouTube, Google Chrome, and soon Android will include Flash Player, enabling users to consume Flash media content seamlessly.

The Nexus One features Google’s Android software, HTC’s hardware design, and QUALCOMM’s Snapdragon chipset. All of these companies participate in the Open Screen Project and we’ve been working with our partners to bring a high performing Flash Player 10.1 to Android and other devices.

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