Adobe this morning launched a new suite of apps called Adobe Spark, which allow both web and mobile users to create and share visual content – like posts for social media, graphics, web stories, and animated videos.
While it leverages concepts from Adobe s pro tools like Photoshop and InDesign, like the ability to layer images with text and filters, it makes this accessible to everyday users who can make these sorts of changes just by tapping buttons.
It s basically a simplified web editing platform, with tools that let you mix text and imagery in a highly visual way.
Instead, you combine text, images, icons and themes in a presentation, then speak your voice over the story in order to create the video.
What s really changed is that they now interoperate with Spark s web service, which means you can create content from a laptop, Chromebook or tablet.
Adobe Spark is a free service, available via spark.adobe.com, which will also direct you to the iOS downloads.