The answer: “Creative Cloud subscribers can work on a project in Photoshop CC on their MacBook or iMac, and then open up the project in one of Adobe’s mobile apps: Photoshop Fix, Photoshop Mix, Photoshop Sketch, Illustrator Draw and Capture CC and continue to work on the go without having to export any files. Once their work is saved to their Adobe Creative Cloud, they can access it on their iPad Pro (if they download the mobile apps, of course). On the flip side, you can also start a project in one of those apps, and then using CreativeSync technology, open it up in Photoshop CC to further refine it or use it in other creative projects. The same goes for Illustrator CC with Adobe’s Illustrator Draw, Photoshop Sketch and Capture CC mobile apps.”
Unknown to the world, Thomas Edison had a secret lab where he invented a virtual version of himself and a nearly-completed robot to guide and inspire future generations of young scientists. The secret lab, Edison’s virtual ego, and his prototype robot remained hidden until a 12-year old prodigy cracked the secret coded message that Edison left behind. The young genius and her science club move into the lab and the fun begins, including kids everywhere through a virtual link into their wacky world of discovery. Click to download the Thomas Edison's Secret Lab app now at the App Store , Google Play , Amazon , and Nook .