Adobe Photoshop Touch tops Android Apps of the Week

Nov 17, 2011
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Adobe may no longer be prioritizing Flash on mobile devices, but it’s still building out quite a presence on Android smartphones. The company reaffirmed its position with the release of six new touch apps this week, starting with Adobe Photoshop Touch. CNN also added another Android app to its growing collection, while Any.DO made quite a splash with its new task management app. From creative design to personal money and file management, Android does it all with the help of a booming marketplace.

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