Adobe Launches Slate, a Visual Storytelling App for iPad

Adobe has launched Slate, a new free iPad app that lets students and teachers turn words and images into formatted stories that can be published on the web.
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Adobe has launched Slate, a new free iPad app that lets students and teachers turn words and images into formatted stories that can be published on the web.

Teachers can create parent newsletters, class portfolios and more while students have a way to share their knowledge and express their creativity in visual essays, reports, journal entries, portfolios, and science projects. Through a link to the web, they can share their ideas and knowledge with the world.

Slate is a companion to Adobe Voice, the app for creating simple animated videos that was named one of the Apple App Store’s Best New Apps of 2014. Both apps are available for free from the Apple App Store, and Slate requires iPad 2 or higher and iOS 8.1.2.

To learn more, visit www.adobe.com/slate.

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