If you’ve ever wanted to create a stunning visual image or animated videos, but had to compromise with non-professional casual online tools, Adobe has just announced a big solution for you. A new suite of Adobe apps called Adobe Spark, which allow both web and mobile users to create and share visual content like posts for social media, graphics, web stories, and animated videos.
The new suite of apps is designed for small businesses, social media marketers or the students of our generation – comes with three different tools – Spark Post; Spark Page and Spark Video. The Spark collection is effectively an upgrade and rebranding of a trio of apps and is a set of three tools some new and some rebranded old ones, which act as a one-stop destination for you to create engaging visual content.
Spark post which earlier was called Adobe Post App lets users to create sparkling graphics in a minute if not in seconds. Also – you can add, enhance and resize images and add animated effects in existing images. Adobe’s Spark provides browser-based and mobile tools that allow anyone to create engaging visual content for deployment on social platforms.
On the other hand, Spark Page previously called the Adobe Slate and Spark Video previously known as Adobe Voice. Spark Page, which takes over the baton from the formerly Adobe Slate, lets anyone create beautiful web stories combining text and graphics.
You can use the new Spark web app to create all three types of content – graphics, web stories and animated videos on desktops, laptops or any other platform that can run a browser for social sharing. You can sign up for Spark via via Facebook or Google, or with your Adobe ID in Adobe Spark.
Most people due to the lack the design skills unable to create beautiful content that’ll look good on any device but the app suite let you to achieve that even if you don’t have knowledge in designing. That in turn makes it hard for them to stand out online and drive deeper engagement with their audience. Adobe Spark is a free service available on spark.adobe.com and if you own an iOS device you download from App Store.
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