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Salesforce Buys Datorama as Marketing Battle With Adobe Heats Up

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Salesforce.com Inc., a cloud-based applications software company, is buying Datorama Inc. in an effort to boost its analytics capabilities and compete against rivals like Adobe Systems Inc. and Oracle Corp. The companies didn’t announce terms of the deal in separate statements Monday. But Israeli news site Calcalist reported Salesforce is offering more than $800 million in cash, citing unidentified people familiar with the transaction. Shares of Salesforce were little changed, 147.56 at 11:01 a.m. in New York trading. As Salesforce’s core sales cloud has saturated the customer-relationship management tool market, which it dominates, the San Francisco-based company has sought to drive growth in other areas, including marketing. Ever since, it’s been battling Adobe and Oracle to become the definitive tool for marketers trying to understand how best to sell products and services in a fickle digital landscape. For Salesforce, the acquisition of Datorama is meant to bolster the company’s data analytics capabilities, so it can provide more useful insights to marketers as they target customers.

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Adobe Developing Full Version of Photoshop for iPad for 2019

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Apple has been focusing on enabling users to do much more with the iPad than they ever could. The company added many features with iOS 11 to offer PC-like functionality but there are still many core desktop apps that can’t run on the tablet just yet. A report from Bloomberg reveals that Adobe is planning to release a full version of Photoshop for the iPhone. Scott Belsky, the chief product officer for Creative Cloud at Adobe, confirmed that this new cross-platform edition of Photoshop is being developed but didn’t confirm or deny the timeline of the announcement or the release.

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Adobe plans to bring full version of Photoshop on iPad: Report

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14 July 2018NewsscrollAdobe plans to bring full version of Photoshop on iPad: Report. Adobe plans to bring full version of Photoshop on iPad: Report. California [United States], July 14 : Adobe is reportedly planning to bring the full version of its Photoshop app to iPad. Availability of the editing software had been restricted to the macOS until now. Adobe appears to build cross-platform versions of its popular software which includes Photoshop, Mashable reported. The new apps are said to be compatible across devices and operating systems. Adobe is expected to release them in 2019. Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store.

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Adobe Said to Plan Photoshop for iPad Launch in Strategy Shift

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The app is slated to hit the market in 2019, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing private product plans. Adobe's main suite of media-editing products is known as Creative Cloud -- a subscription service that gives users access to apps including Photoshop, Premiere and Illustrator on Mac and Windows computers, and companion mobile apps such as Photoshop Mix on the iPhone and iPad. "Adobe historically -- particularly for Photoshop -- had a very close connection to Apple. From Adobe's perspective, this is something that will help the needs of their high-volume business and it would make a lot of sense for them to invest in building this." Running Photoshop and other professional Adobe apps on the iPad would be an endorsement for the device, which first went on sale about eight years ago. Because Microsoft's Surface tablets are compatible with the full Windows operating system, they've been able to run Photoshop for years.

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Adobe plans to bring full version of Photoshop on iPad: Report

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Adobe plans to bring full version of Photoshop on iPad: Report By ANI | California [United States] | Last Updated at July 14 2018 11:50 IST. Adobe is reportedly planning to bring the full version of its Photoshop app to iPad. Availability of the editing software had been restricted to the macOS until now. Adobe appears to build cross-platform versions of its popular software which includes Photoshop, Mashable reported. The new apps are said to be compatible across devices and operating systems. Adobe is expected to release them in 2019. (This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.). First Published: Sat,July 14 2018 11:50 IST.

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Report: Adobe Photoshop Coming to IPad in 2019?

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Adobe Photoshop (NASDAQ:ADBE) may soon be available for free in every version of Apple’s iPads (NASDAQ:AAPL) starting in 2019, according to a recent report. A report from Bloomberg revealed that Apple was planning on improving the apps on the iPad in order to encourage more owners to do their work in the tablet by designing it in a way that more closely resembles all the functionalities of a laptop. Apparently Adobe said that it will announce the release of the complete version of Photoshop for all upcoming iPads this October, with the app slated to be released next year. You can already access Adobe Photoshop for iOS but not the full version as the current option is a simplified option that includes some photo and imaging apps for the operating system.

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Adobe to launch Photoshop for iPad in strategy shift to boost subscription sales

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Adobe Systems Inc., the maker of popular digital design programs for creatives, is planning to launch the full version of its Photoshop app for Apple Inc.’s iPad as part of a new strategy to make its products compatible across multiple devices and boost subscription sales. Scott Belsky, Adobe’s chief product officer of Creative Cloud, confirmed the company was working on a new cross-platform iteration of Photoshop and other applications, but declined to specify the timing of their launches. Adobe’s main suite of media-editing products is known as Creative Cloud — a subscription service that gives users access to apps including Photoshop, Premiere and Illustrator on Mac and Windows computers, and companion mobile apps such as Photoshop Mix on the iPhone and iPad. Adobe’s plan to place the iPad at the centre of its new cross-platform strategy is another signal the Cupertino, California-based hardware giant and the software maker are past a once-contentious relationship. Although Apple had been an investor in Adobe, Jobs in 2010 criticized Adobe’s Flash player for video and games on the internet, saying it hurt device battery life, privacy and security.

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Adobe Is Bringing a Full Version of Photoshop to the iPad - Studio Daily

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I say this with sarcasm because the company can barely optimize it for Macs. [5 Photo Retouching Apps for iPhone to Remove Unwanted Objects]. Bloomberg reports that sources say Adobe is working on full versions of Photoshop and other Creative Cloud apps for iPad. “There’s a lot required to take a product as sophisticated and powerful as Photoshop and make that work on a modern device like the iPad.

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Adobe is reportedly releasing a full version of Photoshop on the iPad in 2019

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This marks a turning point for Adobe since Photoshop was previously only available for macOS. Until the advent of the iPad Pro in 2017, the iPad was somewhat limited in power and capability of handling a powerful editing product like Photoshop. The report claims that Adobe is still developing what it calls a cross-platform versions of its most popular software, including Photoshop. Adobe's mobile strategy thus far has been to release several apps bearing the Photoshop name that include select features of the desktop application. Apple’s iPad line is likely to see upgrades in the coming months, but the current iPad Pro with a 64-bit A10X Fusion chip should run the app with ease.

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