Aviary is now part of Adobe's Creative Cloud

By Hardik Singh | Updated 30 Oct 2014
Aviary is now part of Adobe's Creative Cloud
  • Software giant Adobe has acquired free photo editing app Aviary for its Creative Cloud

Adobe, the name behind popular editing software like Photoshop and Premiere pro, has bought photo editing app Aviary. This acquisition will help Adobe to help make its Creative Cloud more appealing for third party developers through a Creative Cloud SDK

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Currently the under development creative SDK will let developers use Adobe’s creative technologies to develop mobile apps and to establish new relations between Adobe's Creative Cloud desktop applications to mobile devices.

 

“Aviary has an exceptional team and technology platform, as well as expertise serving a robust developer ecosystem. We're thrilled to leverage Aviary's technology to make our Creative SDK even more powerful for app developers,” said Scott Belsky, vice president of Creative Cloud Ecosystem & Behance at Adobe

The Aviary team will help Adobe to bring their Creative Cloud services to mobile. This acquisition would certainly help the company tap into the mobile applications market.

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