Adobe Creative Cloud

Welcome Adobe Post!

We’ve been on the journey of Creative Cloud for over three years now, providing tools and services that transform how creatives work across desktops and devices. While there is a lot more to be done to help our customers succeed in an increasingly multi-screen world, I feel proud of how far we have come in bringing our initial vision to life. But a little known secret is that the vision for Creative Cloud also includes enabling creativity for everyone- not just creative professionals. We want to take all the amazing technology and innovation from Adobe and put it behind very easy to use apps, so anyone who has a story to tell, an idea to share, or a voice they want to be heard, can do so – creatively.

You may have played with Adobe Voice and Adobe Slate which were our first foray in this space. Both of them have received amazing feedback from users (plus Editor’s Choice awards, Tabby Awards and more). Today I am thrilled and excited to introduce you to Adobe Post, a free iPhone app which is part of the same family. Post, like Adobe Voice and Adobe Slate, is about fast, fun and gorgeous storytelling. Adobe Post allows anyone to turn photos and text into beautifully designed graphics and share them on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram in seconds.

Inspiration WallDesign Filters  Font & Shapes

Free Images SearchMagic Text

This is what some Post users have to say about the app:

“Adobe Post has undoubtedly become one of my company’s most valued business solutions. In a world full of complexity, it’s great to have a solution like Post that is simple, easy to use, and effective. Not to mention, it’s helped my company save time and money.” Ashley Spencer, Founder of women’s apparel retailer Naomi Ruth

“Despite not being a designer, I’m able to make valuable and engaging images leveraging my own photography – on my phone – in a matter of minutes. These images translate into lasting engagement for my brand. Wearing my designer hat never felt so good!” Jon Woodroof, ex bike-shop owner and Founder of the Twotone Consulting agency

If you have a point of view, a cause you want to promote, or just want to express an idea, give Adobe Post a whirl. We can’t wait to see what you create with Adobe Post (use #madewithpost). Follow Adobe Post @adobepost on Twitter and Instagram and check out the team’s blog at


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  • By Chris Dickman - 6:27 AM on December 17, 2015  

    No Android version? How do you justify that?

    • By Joel - 4:02 AM on December 18, 2015  

      Buy an iPhone.

    • By Thibault Imbert - 9:49 AM on December 18, 2015  

      Hi Chris,

      We wanted to bring Post to the market very soon so we decided to focus on one platform initially. Our goal is to expand to other platforms for sure, as we believe Post will become a new standard for allowing everyone to produce gorgeous visuals. You can also go to and log a request for Android and get the community to vote. That is the best way to help us prioritize things! Thanks again Chris for the interest.

      Thibault Imbert
      Principal Product Manager | Adobe Post

  • By C De Anda - 7:14 AM on December 17, 2015  

    Nice little app but I’m really starting to take offense you are not developing for Android at the same release time. Please do not ignore the Millions of android users!

    • By Thibault Imbert - 9:50 AM on December 18, 2015  

      We certainly don’t. As I was explaining above to Chris, we have appetite to get there. We just needed to focus for our 1.0 release. We want Post to be everywhere and reach anyone in the world who wants to communicate with impact. So more platforms to come for sure!

      Thibault Imbert
      Principal Product Manager | Adobe Post

  • By Deborah - 9:56 AM on December 17, 2015  

    If the app is targeted for mainstream audience, why is it only available on the Mac? Not sure what the advantages of Post are over Canva. With Canva, there is no download, it works across multiple platforms, and it’s free. Am I missing something?

    • By Stephen Cheung - 12:49 AM on December 18, 2015  

      Haven’t try Adobe Post yet, but many photos in Canva are not free, and I don’t think feels like Canva is good after try to use it.

    • By Thibault Imbert - 10:00 AM on December 18, 2015  

      Hi Deborah,

      We believe the design experience is radically different than the product you mentioned. In a single tap (with Design Filters) you can change your existing design into something radically different. A different approach than providing templates and asking people to migrate their content or just require people to do everything manually. Same thing with the Auto Recolor feature that lets you recolor your design intelligently by simply tapping through suggestions. Finally, with Magic Text we think we will define a new standard when it comes to text layout.

      We strive to remove as much friction as possible in the design process, make it fun and let people be extremely productive.

      We also have amazing features coming in the next releases coming in the next months. Can’t wait to have you test that!

      Thibault Imbert
      Principal Product Manager | Adobe Post

  • By binshah - 10:16 AM on December 17, 2015  

    it would be awesome to have a WEB version of Adobe post like CANVA or Fotor etc.

    • By Thibault Imbert - 10:01 AM on December 18, 2015  

      We agree! Who knows! 😉

      Thibault Imbert
      Principal Product Manager | Adobe Post

  • By Esteban - 10:50 AM on December 18, 2015  

    It’s frustrating but I can understand why you limit to one platform/device for initial launches. Could you at least be up front about that in the post title or first paragraph so us Android (and other) users don’t waste our time? Though, honestly, at this point I basically assume any new Adobe app is iOS only.

  • By Biju - 7:52 PM on December 18, 2015  

    “Creative Cloud also includes enabling creativity for everyone- not just creative professionals.” I think this is 80% true..

  • By cromag - 7:51 AM on December 22, 2015  

    This is great if all you do is edit stuff on your small iphone screen. Why not release this as part of the creative suite first, so people can actually use a computer to create things instead of limited to a small device? I don’t create stuff on my phone, I create stuff on my computer for use on my phone..

  • By Geir R - 12:09 AM on December 23, 2015  

    When can we expect an Android version?

    Let me know if you need beta testers 🙂

  • By Jessica - 2:52 PM on December 31, 2015  

    Yes! Please create a version for Android users! My boss came to me so excited that he found an app that we needed that would fit perfectly for our business and I can’t use it because I have an android.. This really puts a monkey wrench in things. I got excited, just to get disappointed all over again. Move forward with the android version!

  • By Andre - 3:26 PM on January 1, 2016  

    I get an error whe trying to remove the adobe watermark. It says i need to configure my email (already configured).

    • By Andre - 5:36 AM on January 2, 2016  

      Frustrating.. Tried everything..

  • By patrick - 8:03 AM on January 4, 2016  

    How can I add a link in an Adobe post?

  • By Melanie - 11:08 PM on January 4, 2016  

    Hi – will this be available as a download for Mac? I post for multiple companies using Hootsuite and would like to save the images on my local machine, then attach them from there to Hootsuite. Thanks!

  • By Vance - 12:30 PM on January 7, 2016  

    Will you be offering a developer API for options to include within other apps? I’ll keep watching!