New App Discovery :: Adobe Voice
Actually, I've known about this app since earlier this year when it was first released. However, I just created this short vid for my ohradiogirl Channel
on YouTube. Unfortunately, you may never see it there. More on that in a minute.
First, let me say that I created the video using Adobe Voice. It's a free iPad only app and it's super simple to use. Love that.
It took me just a few minutes to bring it all together. They provide themes/templates along with some cool clipart and the music too. You can, however, add your own images and/or music.
But here's where the trouble starts, there are some sharing mechanisms like Facebook and Twitter and obtaining the embed code, but you can't download the video. Group sigh!! And shakes fist.
There are some work arounds for this issue, but they are indeed, 'work' arounds like this one using TechSmith's SnagIt
. You'll need the 15 day Snagit free trial for that.
And I'm not the only one to speak up about this. Here's a very thorough review from PCMag
giving the app 3 out of 5 stars.
Not sure if Adobe Voice realizes it, but some of us might be willing to pay a nominal in-app purchase in order to have the ability to download or upload to our camera rolls, say via AirDrop.
There have been some updates to the app, so maybe there's still hope for the ability to download the vid or to share directly to YouTube. Also, they have an Adobe Voice YouTube Channel
where they seem to be responsive to requests with some of their tutorials. You could also reach out them the via Twitter
or through the official Adobe Voice blog
I'll still play around with the app and hope that some other sharable options are introduced in the near future because Adobe Voice is an ideal tool for storytelling. I may even try to incorporate the app in class.
Give it a try and oh, check out my Adobe Voice
Labels: Adobe Voice, apps, creating, iPad, storytelling, video, videos, youtube