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Adobe Express Mobile App Embraces the Power of AI

Adobe Express mobile app receives an AI upgrade, following successful testing on desktop browsers. AI tools include text-to-image, text effects, and generative fill, enhancing creativity and ease of use. Users can expect minor imperfections in AI-generated images, particularly in rendering hands.

Adobe Express, the popular media creation tool, is taking a leap forward with the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. The mobile version of Adobe Express is the latest tool from the company to receive an AI upgrade, following the successful testing of an AI-enhanced version on desktop browsers last summer. Now, iPhone and Android smartphone users can join the beta test and experience the power of AI in their media creation process.

Adobe Express is known for its simplicity and user-friendly interface, allowing users to effortlessly create still images and short videos for social media and print. With the introduction of AI tools, such as text-to-image, text effects, and generative fill, mobile users can now take their creativity to new heights.


One of the standout features of the AI-enhanced Adobe Express is the text-to-image tool. Users can simply input text prompts, and the software generates corresponding images. Additionally, the AI applies styling to text, creating visually appealing effects. For example, the word "grass" can be transformed into text that resembles a perfectly mowed lawn. Another impressive feature is generative fill, where AI fills in missing parts of an image, enhancing the overall composition.


Having had the opportunity to test the beta version of Adobe Express, I can attest to the power and ease of use of the AI tools, even on a small mobile screen. In one instance, I was able to remove an image of two dancers from a template and generate a new image of a solo ballerina. The AI-powered background removal tool swiftly isolated the ballerina from the dance studio background, and I could even colorise the image to match the rest of the flyer.


While the AI tools excel in adding elements to existing designs, there are still some limitations. For instance, rendering hands accurately remains a challenge for generative AI. In some cases, the AI-generated images may have minor imperfections, such as deformed fingers or missing thumbs. However, overall, the AI tools provide a remarkable level of assistance and creativity.


It's worth noting that the beta test does come with a minor inconvenience for existing Adobe Express users. Images created in the current Adobe Express apps cannot be accessed from the beta version, and vice versa. However, Adobe's Vice President and Head of Product for Adobe Express, Ian Wang, assures users that all creative assets will be merged into a single library once the AI features are added to the full version of the app. In the meantime, users will have to work with two separate pools if they wish to utilise the beta version. Additionally, the beta test does not include the Adobe Express app for iPad.


The integration of AI tools in Adobe Express is part of an ongoing competition with its chief rival, Canva. Both platforms offer generative AI tools, but Adobe's AI capabilities are expanding rapidly. Both Adobe and Canva operate on a credits system for AI generation, where users receive a certain number of credits and can purchase more if needed.


With the AI upgrade, Adobe Express is empowering mobile users to create stunning media content with ease. The combination of user-friendly features and AI assistance sets Adobe Express apart from its competitors, making it a go-to tool for media creation.

 
  • Adobe Express mobile app receives an AI upgrade, following successful testing on desktop browsers.

  • AI tools include text-to-image, text effects, and generative fill, enhancing creativity and ease of use.

  • Users can expect minor imperfections in AI-generated images, particularly in rendering hands.


Source: FORBES

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