Great content that's hard to share 3/5
The app does not recognize Twitter, Facebook, Messages, etc. as installed on the iPhone but relies on separate web browser logins to share content ... because Adobe cannot figure out how to do that? Huh? Please fix this silly oversight and we'll be friends again.
Art in the Digital Age! 5/5
I have come to love the innovative and inspirational stream of creativity that this app offers. Create offers art and technology through the lens of an artist.
Loads, then nothing 1/5
What is there more to say?
Let me save great content! 4/5
Create does not have obvious ways to save content within the app. I do love the content though. Very helpful tips and inspiration have long been the hallmark of Adobe Inspire Magazine before it changed to Create. Just wish I could bookmark within the app and share on more social networks within the app like Pinterest or with social media sharing tools like Buffer and Pocket. How about a rating and tagging system, product managers? A feedback loop perhaps within the app would be nice to.
Needs work 1/5
Very difficult to read because it forces me to read in landscape mode on my iPad Pro. Some photos are really blurry (see "5 & 3/4 Questions"). What designers enjoy looking at blurry photos?
The app also crashes.
Slow and buggy with limited features 2/5
I had high hopes for this magazine app since Adobe has been bringing its A game to IOS apps in 2015. Sadly "Create" is buggy and slow. Video play buttons mostly do not work. Clicking on illustration thumbs do not bring up larger versions, and the app navigation scheme is very limited and primitive.
Inspiring and well-done zine 4/5
April has my absolute favorite Photoshop artist, Alberto Seveso. It’s this calibre of work that makes this “magazine” breath-taking. The pub tends to push the genre of the moment, which is still decrepit/grunge. Would be nice to see graphic designers using Illustrator or InDesign (although I haven’t looked at all the issues yet.) Certainly, it’s a thinly veiled marketing pub for Adobe CC. Wish the articles were longer, but one can always look up the featured artist on the web.
Bring back the old Inspire with tutorials 1/5
The new inspire has no tutorials. The old inspire issues had great tutorials.
Inspire Mag does what it says 5/5
I love every article in Inspire! Always something new here to get my creative juices flowing, with videos and interviews of cool artists I should know about, doing stuff I wish I’d thought of. Each article is a quick hit, easy to check out in between things. Keep it coming!
Cool art 5/5
By Mattie W
I like the art. Really different and inspiring.
Great content 4/5
By Ms. Wanda
Love this e-magazie. Packed with great stories of interest and upcoming news.
Definitely inspired! 5/5
I love the breadth and scope of the topics presented here. The graphics are very appealing and the tutorials and interactivity of this digital magazine make it a fun read.
Love it 5/5
I really love the app and would appreciate more content!!! :)
Muito desapontado 2/5
Esperava uma coisa melhor, mas pronto a liçao ja está aprendida.
Love it 5/5
More content please!
Support my active and log in my iPad . 5/5
The perfect app
Great Reading for FREE 5/5
Each issue is free and is wonderfully put together. Content also streams so you do not need to wait until the issue loads completely before viewing. While not all of the content may be relevant all designers (web design, graphic design, illustrator), but there is something for everyone.
Adobe Inspire now appears in Newsstand 5/5
The magazine has been available in the Newsstand since October 2012.
Very informative! 5/5
By Alex Crocker
I love this magazine! It has very informative articles and videos! But please integrate it with the Newsstand app!