Developer-owned software company Avast has partnered with Adobe to provide a new software program called Avast ArtWorks that can be used to design 3D graphics on the web.
“Avast is the next step in Adobe’s journey to make 3D software available to the masses,” Avast founder and CEO, Jeff Kober said in a blog post.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Adobe on this groundbreaking new service.”
The software, available in the Apple App Store for $9.99, comes with over 10,000 designs.
The app lets users design 3-D graphics using Adobe Illustration and create the graphics within the Adobe Sketch app.
It has a free trial, and a paid version is available for $4.99 per month.
For more, read this Wired article.
The software is available to anyone who is a current Avast user, but it’s designed specifically for Adobe users.
“I am thrilled to bring this new and unique service to Avast customers,” said Avast CEO Jeff Kber.
“The creative world has never been more connected.
Adobe has built a software ecosystem that allows anyone to create great graphics and create a powerful 3D experience.
We’re excited to bring Avast into the Adobe ecosystem to help artists, designers, and developers work on great designs.”
Adobe’s portfolio of software products includes Illustrator, Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects.