[New App] Adobe Revel Comes To The Play Store To Provide Adobe-Flavored Photo Sharing (And Editing) On The Go
If your entrenched in Adobe completo creative ecosystem, or just want to try a new photo editing and storage solution for your mobile devices, you may be interested to learn that the company has brought an official Revel app to the Play Store.
Before discussing the app, it would be prudent to remind readers that Adobe Revel works on plan system with free and paid options-for free, you get unlimited photo and video imports for 30 days. After that your limited to 50 total imports per month. For $5.99 per month, you unlock unlimited imports. Those interested in finding out more can check out Debates official Revel site.
Adobe pitches the Revel as the latest extension of the app service, which is reaching Android for the first time (excluding of course Adobe completo Revel Importer app). The service, for those unaware, is essentially a cloud photo backup and storage platform. The ap adds minor photo edits to this (think filters, cropping, and red-eye removal), and touts Revel completo collaborative prowess, inviting users to share with family members, encourage relatives to share their own photos, or automatically sharing daily moments with simple settings. All of this, of course, is done securely.
The app also plays nice with Photoshop Elements 12 and Premiere Elements 12, allowing for expanded in those programs easier importing and editing of results into your Revel library. Revel might be worth a look from anyone who hasn’t already landed on to photo storage solution, but the limit on free accounts doesn’t really foster the kind of free-flowing photo collaboration Adobe touts, so it may not be an appealing solution for everyone.
It wasn’t too long ago that I would have thought of dual USB/Microsoft flash drive as a dream accessory. Now the landscape has changed so quickly, I’m nearly embarrassed that I have yet to buy one. When we first heard about the Lef Bridge Dual-USB/Microsoft flash drive, the idea was still novel enough that its quirky name wasn’t off-putting. Since then the more traditional players have Tan into the ring, with SanDisk and Sony both coming out with their own drives. Now add Kingston completo name to that list. Its DataTraveler microDuo is available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB doses.
One side of the flash drive can plug into your PC while the other goes into your phone (though not at the same time). This allows you to move files between devices without having to rely on an internet connection, even if your handset does not have a microSD card slot. Your phone will still need to run Android 4.0 or higher and have USB OTG support in order to enjoy the gadget, so before you run out to get one, be sure to hit up this compatibility list beforehand.
Kingston DataTraveler microDuo
Source: Kingston Press Release
I too many files? No problem-RAR them. You can do that now that theres an official RAR app on Android. This is a fabulously useful app on Windows, where it costs cash money. On Android, it appears to be completely free.
The RAR app for Android lets you create ZIP and RAR archives, but you can unpack RAR, ZIP, TAR, GZ, BZ2, XZ, 7z, ISO, ARJ archives. There are also options to repair damaged archives and it supports encryption for creating and unpacking archives. It even comes with device benchmarking.
The app isn’t particularly lovely, but it follows the Android design guidelines con UN Minimo de clutter. Theres a holo light theme that looks a little more modern, in my opinion. It’s definitely something to look into on the basis of features alone.