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.
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.
First announced at the MAX 2013 conference last month, Adobe's first major update to Creative Cloud is finally here -- but a few of the cool new features they've worked so hard to promote remain conspicuously absent.
Adobe kicked off its annual MAX conference in Los Angeles over the weekend, and MacLife.com was in attendance for the keynote address introducing the next generation of the company's creative applications.
Since its inception, Adobe's Creative Cloud has received regular updates to its suite of subscription-based products. On Thursday, Adobe announced its acquisition of Behance, the social platform designed for artists, photographers, and other creatives to display their portfolios. The features of Behance will bring further social functions to the Creative Cloud.