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Qualcomm and Adobe extend partnership to include native support for more creative apps

By Liu Hongzuo - on 16 Nov 2022, 7:00am

Qualcomm and Adobe extend partnership to include native support for more creative apps

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile platform.

Qualcomm and Adobe today (15 November 2022, Hawaii Time) jointly announced an extended partnership that covers more native compatibility for Adobe creative apps on Snapdragon mobile, compute, and XR platforms.

At the launch of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Qualcomm and Adobe also announced further compatibility of Adobe products seen on Snapdragon-based, Android platforms. This is an extension to the existing compatibility of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom for Windows on Snapdragon devices.

Part of the collaboration sees Adobe’s artificial intelligence engine (Adobe Sensei) working with Qualcomm’s AI Engine (found on the mobile chipset) to provide AI-based creative features, like background removal, colour enhancement, and on-the-go editing.

In short, Adobe Fresco (digital and painting drawing app) and Adobe Acrobat (PDF reader and editor) are now native to Windows PC using Snapdragon mobile platforms. Adobe Aero (augmented reality creation app) is now compatible with Snapdragon Spaces-supported products, which lets creators use Snapdragon Spaces spatially-aware glasses and devices for Aero-made content.

Adobe is also expanding the availability of Aero to Snapdragon-powered smartphones globally.

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