Adobe Sets up Site for AIR Ideas

Adobe has set up a new site designed to let users help the company improve Adobe AIR. The site is called Adobe Ideas.

The site allows users to submit ideas on how to improve AIR as well as vote and comment on existing ideas from others.

“Though we only launched this new website just a few days ago, we are already seeing a significant amount of traffic,” says Adobe AIR Sr. Product Manager Rob Christensen.

Adobe requests that ideas be as specific as possible in their descriptions, and include problems users are trying to solve.

Adobe will also use the site to communicate features that are in development.

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By Chris Crum

Chris Crum is a staff writer and content coordinator for iEntry.

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