Adobe has launched a new free app named Slate for iPad. The new application helps the users to layout, design and publishes content to any device.
The new free iPad app makes it easier for users to turn words and images into a story that can be published in minutes.
Slate brings Adobe’s creative software expertise to the mass audience, enabling anyone to communicate with impact.
The new app can be used by students, teachers, non-profit organizations, small business owners or corporate communicators.
Slate can turn reports, newsletters or travel adventures into documents that capture attention.
Adobe said that the new app uses fonts, colors and motion to let content automatically adapt to any device for reading on tablets, smartphones or computers.
Slate creations are links that can be shared easily via text message, email, embedded in websites, or posted on social media channels.
Similar to Voice, Slate features a collection of themes that set the tone of any story with a single tap.
Users can add text, choose the right photo layout and apply locks and motion using the Slate’s interface, said Adobe.
Adobe Slate makes words and images move with automatically applied scrolling transitions.
Slate users can simply tap to select from multiple font combinations, fun colors and motion from the designed themes for the app and can also add caption overlay on images.
Users can also use Slate to add features as call-to-action buttons that link to online sites and other relevant information encouraging readers to donate now, volunteer or learn more.
Last month Adobe launched Comp CC, a new Apple iPad application that lets designer to take their design ideas for new websites, mobile applications and printing objects and its tool includes Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC and InDesign CC.