Posted by Tre Lawrence on May 8th, 2014 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Adobe has just released a creative app named Adobe Voice; the utility is geared towards making it easy for users to create animated video in very little time. No filming is required; users can select from more than 25,000 images that reflect an idea and vision, tell the narrative that needs to be expressed, and the app takes care of the rest by attaching cinematic motion and a musical score. Completed creations can be shared via social networks, or disseminated by other means.
As MacRumors notes, the output hearkens more to animated slideshows than true video, but the draw is probably in the simplicity of operation.
Adobe Voice is available for free on the App Store.
If you are reading this article, it is probably safe to assume that you are an Apple device owner in some way, shape, or form. Whether it be via MacBook, iPad, iMac or iPhone, many enthusiasts of the Apple brands are far beyond simple supporters. I would go as far as to describe many as insanely connected groupies that love keeping an instant pulse on the community, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. For this very reason, there are dozens of different blogs dedicated to the covering of everything going on in Cupertino.
Unfortunately, if one were to try to read all of the exhaustive coverage available online, it would be difficult to maintain an actual career, due to the excessive amounts of content available. Luckily the new app MacHash News exists to aggregate all of this information for readers in a single app. Following the feeds of such heavy hitters as Cult of Mac, Ars Technica and even MacRumors has never been easier!
Now for some odd reason we are not being followed in this app. This situation must be remedied immediately!