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This article was published on March 10, 2016

Adobe Post update supports sizable images and fine-tuned filters

Adobe Post update supports sizable images and fine-tuned filters
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Adobe Post has been updated to version 2.0, and now supports images of just about any size as well as improvements to its filters.

If you’re not familiar with Post, it’s Adobe’s iOS app for creating text over images without having to dive into a full image editor. It’s great for a quick meme, but a bit simplistic if you’ve got other edits you’d like to make.

For that, Post images can be fed through Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite of products.

Post 2.0 now lets you design images in any size from thumbnail to full size banners. If you’d like to resize an image, that’s now done with a single click.

Filters on images have also been tweaked. If you tap multiple times on a filter, you’ll get different variations on that filter, which is great if what you have in mind is kind of in-between filters.

The update for Post is now available in the App Store.

Adobe Post [App Store]

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