Adobe has just launched their latest mobile creativity app today called Adobe Voice which is a new animated video app for iPad.
According to Adobe, Voice “gives anyone the ability to create and share engaging video stories”. Users can use a combination of their own recorded voice, images, music, and “cinema-quality” motion graphics and effects to create animated video presentations to “inform, persuade, or inspire others to action”
“Adobe Voice puts the power of Creative Cloud’s industry-leading video and audio technology into the hands of the masses. Our move to Creative Cloud has given us a much broader canvas for innovation and attracted many new users to Adobe. We believe Adobe Voice, and other mobile apps expected in the next few months, will continue the momentum we’re seeing,” said Winston Hendrickson, VP of Products for Creative Media Solutions at Adobe.
With Voice, Adobe is targeting creative professionals, non-profit groups, small business owners, students and teachers, or anyone looking to “make an impact online and across social networks” without the need for filming or editing skills.
Adobe Voice comes with a library of over 25,000 professionally designed icons, an array of cinematic graphics, hundreds of effects, an array of animations, a selection of music, and the option to add a credits and attribution page. Users will also be able to add their own content including photos, images, and voice recordings.
To make it easier for potential users to understand the possibilities of Adobe Voice, Adobe has asked one Voice user – Jess Larson, a teacher at Balboa High School in San Francisco – about his experience with the new app:
“The story starter functions in Adobe Voice allow my students to quickly ascertain what their intent and purpose is. It gives them a nice framework, and guides them step-by-step through what they want to say. One of the things I really enjoy seeing is the students’ excitement about working together to tell and share stories and ideas with each other. As a teacher in a school that also has an integrated curriculum, I can see my students being able to use Adobe Voice in a variety of classes—quickly and immediately.”
Adobe Voice is now available for free on the iTunes App Store. According to Adobe, Voice requires an iPad 2 or higher and iOS7.