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Adobe Systems FrameMaker - ( v. 11 )
8.4 out of 10

Adobe Systems FrameMaker - ( v. 11 )

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Overall 7
7.0

Adobe Photoshop Express

PC Magazine
24 September 2014
  • Conclusion: This site is definitely worth a look for people interested in editing and sharing their photos, but currently, only a small subset will find it useful.
  • Pros: Intuitive, polished editing tools. Simple enough for novices. Excellent Facebook integration. Free.
  • Cons: Latency in opening, closing files. Some editing tools are missing.
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Overall 8
8.0

Adobe Lightroom for iPad Review

Maclife
14 April 2014
  • Conclusion: Lightroom for iPad may not be a full-blown cloud storage solution, but it offers photographers more than enough muscle to keep the creative juices flowing while away from the desktop.
  • Pros: Fluid, intuitive image editing that syncs changes between iPad and desktop. Great mix of tools and features familiar to Lightroom users.
  • Cons: Requires paid Creative Cloud subscription. No companion iPhone/iPod touch app. Lacks hooks to Adobe’s own Revel cloud storage service. No RAW support for Camera Roll imports.
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Adobe Dreamweaver CS4

PC Magazine
26 June 2013
Overall 6
6.0

Adobe Photoshop Touch for Phone Review

Maclife
5 March 2013
  • Conclusion: If you’re a frequent user of Adobe Photoshop Touch for tablets, the phone-only edition is worth another five bucks – it’s perfect for getting wherever inspiration strikes or making a quick fix while on the go.
  • Pros: Offers complete functionality from iPad version. Automatic Creative Cloud sync. Image editing up to 12 megapixels in size.
  • Cons: Requires separate purchase for iPad users. Smaller display limits creative potential. Still no layered PSD import from desktop. Requires recent iPhone or iPod touch.
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Adobe Audition 2.0

Digital Pro Sound
21 December 2012
  • Conclusion: Audition 2.0 has been lavished with attention from top to bottom, from recording and editing to mixing and mastering. There are some stellar new features, such as the Multitrack Compressor, the Mastering Rack and the Scrub tool.
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Overall 9
9.0

Adobe Premiere Elements 7

PC Magazine
5 October 2012
  • Conclusion: Adobe has addressed the deficits that held back its consumer video editor (such as the lack of AVCHD support). Those improvements, plus new time-saving features and online backup, make Premiere Elements 7 a shoo-in for our Editors' Choice award.
  • Pros: Smart Tagging. Supports 99 tracks. InstantMovie creation. Great chroma-key functionality. Updated content from the Web (for a fee). Easy access to online backup.
  • Cons: Not the most intuitive editor. SmartSound integration is anemic. Limited DVD authoring configurability.
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Overall 10
10

Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0

PC Magazine
21 September 2012
  • Excerpt: When Adobe Photoshop Album 1.0 entered the market less than a year ago, the program quickly became our favorite for managing a large library of digital images. So we're not surprised that the new version, Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0, is a winner as well.
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Adobe Contribute CS5 review

Techworld
22 July 2010
  • Summary: Adobe Contribute CS5 is the latest upgrade of the application that allows non-technical website content contributors, such as writers, artists, and editors—to add to and edit websites and blogs, without the need to know or work with HTML, CSS, or JavaScript.
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Overall 9
9.0

Photoshop.com Mobile

MacNN
19 October 2009
  • Excerpt: The Good Sleek, intuitive interface. Good basic editing. Free online storage The Bad No photo resizing. If you search Apple's App Store, you'll find over 75 pages of photography-related programs.
  • Pros: Sleek, intuitive interface. Good basic editing. Free online storage
  • Cons: No photo resizing.
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Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 review

Techworld
6 October 2008
  • Summary: Dreamweaver CS4 finally feels like part of the Creative Suite. The revamped interface now shares the look and feel of Photoshop, Flash, and Illustrator.
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