Adobe Voice Lets You Tell Your Stories Your Own Way

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Today, Adobe launched a new presentation style app that makes it incredibly easy to make beautiful slide shows, complete with premade themes, which you can add your own voice to. Just in time for Mother’s Day, you can now create beautiful stories to share with others and you don’t need to take a course to learn how to use it.

Adobe Voice – Show Your Story is an easy to use presentation app that lets you pick from tens of thousands of images, or add your own pictures. You can customize the look of the presentation with a wide variety of premade templates that include customizable fonts, colors, and animations.

Tap the microphone icon to record your voice, one line at a time. Then, pick a song to play behind your story in the background. Once the process is complete, you’ll have a beautiful memory to share with the world.

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If you are having trouble coming up with ideas for your story, check out the community feed, which features real-world examples of stories told using Adobe Voice. The app will also guide you through the best way to tell a story by offering structured presentation templates, like “Promote an Idea,” or “Share a Growth Moment.”

There are more than 25,000 pictures, illustrations, and animations to choose from, but you don’t have to rely on other people’s memories to create your story. You can also import your own pictures from your iPad’s Photo app, or from Facebook, Dropbox, and Creative Cloud.

The app comes with 37 professionally composed songs that you can add to your tale. Songs are listed by style so it is easy to find a soundtrack to fit the mood of your story. Choose from Happy, Playful, Relaxed, Rousing, Thematic, Thoughtful, Uplifting, and Warm. The song plays in the background while you talk.

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You can also change the look of the background for your presentation. Choose from 32 different themes including Blueprint, Chalk, Candy, and more. Each theme has a different background and font. Change the way images and words are laid out by choosing from five different layout options. You can use a different layout on each page of your presentation.

When you’ve created your presentation, you can share it with friends and family on Facebook and Twitter, or send it directly to someone through email or SMS. You can also post your story to the public Adobe Voice feed, or keep it private so that only those you’ve shared the link with can see it.

Adobe Voice is available on the iPad for free. Download it in the App Store today.

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