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Adobe has announced the launch of its new cloud video service called Adobe AIR Video.
This service is based on Adobe’s Cloud Video Platform.
It allows customers to store and stream videos, share them with others, and access cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive.
Adobe is offering free video streaming for 30 days.
The service includes Adobe Premiere Pro, Premiere CC, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Lightroom.
There is no version control for the content.
The company is launching the service to coincide with the launch in China of the Apple iPad Air.
The company’s announcement also confirmed that the iOS app will not be available in China until March.
Adobe said it is also offering a new feature for iOS users that lets them control and access the camera app on their iPad with their Apple Watch.
Adobe has also introduced a new video playback feature that allows users to view and play back their favorite videos with a simple swipe of the wrist.
Adobe also announced a new app for Mac users that allows them to sync video from iOS and Android devices.
The Adobe AIR video service will be available starting March 5.
It is not yet available in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or Latin America.