By Alexandra Burlacu | May 08, 2014 07:44 AM EDT
Adobe has just announced Adobe Voice, a neat new Storytelling tool for iPad users, allowing anyone to "create and share engaging video stories."
The new Adobe Voice iPad app lets users record audio messages and then turn them into neat animations in an easy, fast and seamless manner, even without advanced knowledge in editing.
"Adobe Voice empowers people to inform, persuade or inspire others to action by using a combination of their own recorded voice, imagery, music, and cinema-quality motion graphics and effects," reads the press release on Thursday, May 8. "Designed to help people make an impact online and across social networks - without requiring any filming or editing - Adobe Voice is ideal for creative professionals prototyping a project, nonprofits championing a cause, small business owners connecting with customers or students looking to create an interactive and engaging school reports."
Once they create engaging animated videos, users will be able to easily share them via social media, email, or publish them on blogs and websites by posting a single link. Moreover, according to Adobe, videos made using Adobe Voice can be viewed "on virtually any device."
Aiming to deliver a new iPad app experience of the highest quality, Adobe Voice leverages the powerful Adobe Creative Cloud. The app is already available from the App Store as a free download for iPad users, and will be compatible with iPad 2 or higher and iOS 7.
The Adobe Voice iPad app is specifically designed for mobile, delivering a seamless and easy to use interface, as well as high-end, professional production technology to help users create top-quality animated videos. According to the company, the new Adobe Voice app for iPad users "breathes new life into static presentations formats."
The app will be especially useful for iPad users who frequently have to deliver presentations for school or work, but it can also be fun to use for personal reasons such as creating a customized message for friends or loved ones. To learn more about Adobe Voice, check out Adobe's product page at this link or watch the video below. If you already gave it a shot, drop by our comment section below and let us know how it fares.