One year ago, Adobe took the wraps off its ambitious push toward subscription-based software, and now the iconic company is following through with a sequel that includes updated desktop applications, new mobile apps and even its first hardware product.
Cloud sync with mobile devices is rapidly becoming mandatory for Mac and PC software as consumers increasingly prefer to free themselves from the desktop. Adobe is receiving this message loud and clear, countering with a new app that delivers the core functionality of Lightroom 5 for iPad. This isn’t just a tablet version of Adobe’s popular photo software—it’s a robust companion app allowing Creative Cloud subscribers to sync image collections and edit them using gesture-based tools specifically designed for touchscreen devices (an iPhone version is planned for later this year).
Adobe is kicking off the New Year in grand style with a big Creative Cloud update for designers, adding new creative possibilities to Photoshop CC including 3D printing and Perspective Warp capabilities.
Getting impatient waiting for Apple to light up its free 12 Days of Gifts app on December 26? Here's a little pro trip: Open the app today and you'll find a special early treat in the guise of two music singles from Lorde absolutely free! But hopefully that will be enough to tide you over, because there are 10 more days of waiting for the rest of the goodies... so tide yourself over for one of them with our weekend recap!
After teasing more than 150 new features for Creative Cloud's pro video applications at the IBC trade show in September, Adobe has finally pulled the trigger on said features, which are now available for download.
This week's news can't all be about new iPhones, so thankfully Adobe let loose with a plethora of news during its quarterly earnings report, which includes new software offerings and firming up plans for new hardware products.
Adobe Creative Cloud members awoke to yet another free update waiting for them on Monday, this time in the guise of a Photoshop CC version which includes the company's new Generator technology for streamlining website creation.
One of the biggest criticisms of Adobe's "all or nothing" Creative Cloud plans have been the steep cost for those who just want access to the company's pro photography applications, which the house of Photoshop is finally addressing.
Well, it's official. Now that we're in our post-WWDC phase let the rumor mill begin. Leaked iPhone 5S shots, new case specs, carrier updates, stock invoices showing new handsets coming in new configurations before getting pulled, the whole enchilada. Well, we've got some of that action for you, plus a round up of other hot little news tidbits, all in one tidy package just waiting for you. Roll film!