Updates, updates, updates! We're chock full of them in today's recap, whether you use Facebook Messenger, Adobe Muse CC, Aperture or iPhoto, Parallels Desktop for Mac 9 or even watch Netflix on your television. Go forth, read about them and then click those update buttons (where applicable) to get the latest and greatest!
Adobe Creative Cloud is poised to become more unified than ever, with updates to all future versions, cloud-based Sync settings, and Behance social networking for creative designers all built into the package. But its flagship application, Photoshop, has plenty of new tricks as well.
One major disappointment with Apple's iOS version of iPhoto is its total disconnect with the Mac edition -- which is why we're excited to see Adobe teasing a version of Lightroom for iOS, which includes the ability to sync to the desktop.
Welcome back to another "app-tacular" Wednesday edition of the overnight recap, which finds a host of your favorite Mac and iOS apps getting updates big and small. Need a faster browser to read MacLife.com? Opera has a new Retina-friendly beta just for you. Troubled by iTunes Match? SuperSync 5 might be able to cure what ails you. It's all right here in one convenient place, so read on!
Another Tuesday without new Apple products, so you’ll have to settle for today’s Camera RAW Compatibility Update while you examine supposed iPhone 5 parts that have leaked onto the internet, all while downloading a couple of updates to our favorite iOS apps. Ready to proceed? Then here’s the latest for this terrific Tuesday, May 22, 2012.
Adobe has posted two new release candidates, Lightroom 3.2 and Camera Raw 6.2
Lightroom 3.2 adds the abilities to publish photos directly to Facebook. It also supports a few more cameras, including the Casio EXILIM EX-FH100; the Panasonic DMC-FZ100, DMC FZ40/FZ45, and DMC-LX5; the Samsung NX10 and TL500/EX1; and finally, Sony's A290, A390, NEX-3 and NEX-5.