Among the announcements made at Adobe Max 2011 last month, Adobe announced several innovations including the Adobe Creative Cloud and several touch apps. These touch apps facilitate a working environment across mobile/tablet devices running on Android and iOS platforms.
At that time Adobe had announced that these apps would be announced in batches, some coming on iOS first while some on Android. The six new apps are now available for Android Market Place as well.
Adobe's new touch apps support both finger and stylus input. You can purchase the apps from the Android Market Place using the following links:
Adobe Photoshop Touch for image editing;
Adobe Collage for moodboards;
Adobe Debut for presenting and reviewing creative work;
Adobe Ideas for sketching;
Adobe Kuler for exploring color themes; and
Adobe Proto for website and mobile app prototyping.
Also, Adobe's Creative Cloud is expected in early 2012. Using the Creative Cloud service, users can access desktop and tablet applications, find essential creative services and share their best work.
These touch based apps are available now for Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) or higher. Adobe expects to make an announcement regarding iOS availability in early 2012.