At its Adobe MAX conference today, Adobe is announcing updates for nearly all of its iOS apps, bringing new features that emphasize the creation of shapes and brushes along with enhanced syncing with the company's Creative Cloud services. Show More Summary
Alongside a string of updates to both the mobile and desktop Creative Cloud software suites, Adobe today launched a trio of new services at its annual MAX conference. First up, and most critical to the updates on the software side of the story, is the new Creative Profile content synchronization service. Blending nicely with the […]
In a major announcement today, Adobe is updating almost every desktop and mobile app it offers. It is aiming these new features and applications at creative professionals so their desktop and mobile tools deeply integrate. Beginning today, Adobe is...
To complement the new Creative Cloud Talent Search, Creative Profile services, and significant mobile app updates, Adobe is today enhancing most of its suite of desktop Creative Cloud applications. Here are the highlights, courtesy of Adobe: Touch support on Windows 8 devices for key design applications; new 3D print features and enhanced Mercury Graphics Engine performance […]
Adobe’s monopoly on desktop creativity isn’t going anywhere — that’s why the next big Creative Cloud update goes all-in on mobile. Today Adobe launched the second major update to its Creative Cloud suite of apps and services, introducing five new iOS apps, four updated mobile apps, and 13 updated desktop apps tweaked to support Adobe’s growing mobile […]
Adobe has released a Creative Cloud app preview for Android, enabling those with subscriptions to manage their files stored on the Adobe cloud. Think of it as online storage for your Adobe suite. It's a neat app to check out supported files stored on the account, and is open to everyone with the free membership plan (2GB allowance).
Over the weekend, Adobe quietly released a Creative Cloud app for Android. It’s labeled as a “preview” in the Play Store, however, which means there could be a few bugs and missing features. If you’re invested in Adobe’s ecosystem of professional, design-focused applications, you can use the Creative Cloud app to manage all of your projects. Show More Summary
Google has announced a partnership with Adobe to bring its Creative Cloud services to the Chrome OS platform. The first product available will be popular image editing software Photoshop, with more programs coming soon... Continue Reading...Show More Summary
Google today announced a version of Adobe Photoshop that Chromebook owners can stream. The company says that for now, the beta will only be available to Adobe education customers in North America with a paid Creative Cloud subscription. Show More Summary
Today Adobe announced that its industry-leading image editor, Photoshop, can now run on Google’s cloud-powered Chromebooks. Adobe plans to launch its entire Creative Cloud suite of apps for the Chromebook, but for now just Photoshop is available. Show More Summary
Ahead of the weekend, Adobe announced that it has acquired privately held Aviary. Aviary is a developer of mobile SDKs (Software Development Kits) for the delivery of creative apps. Given the popularity of Aviary-powered photo-editing apps, the acquisition aims to accelerate Adobe’s strategy to make Creative Cloud a “vibrant platform for third-party apps, through a […]
For creatives who want the editing power of Adobe Photoshop or Premiere but don't want to pay for a Creative Cloud subscription, the company's Elements line offers many of the features of its two flagships, but without the obligation...Show More Summary
The company said that revenue from creative division suffered as the company phased out sale of sales of the perpetual Creative Suite 6 license in Q2. Adobe continued to witness significant growth in its marketing cloud initiatives during the quarter as revenues grew by 14% year over year to $290.1 million. Show More Summary
Adobe reported solid third-quarter earnings, adding hundreds of thousands of subscribers to its Creative Cloud product. Here are the details.
Good news for Adobe! Another half-a-million people have been converted to their Creative Cloud subscription, making the new total 2.81 million. Bad news for Adobe! This isn't enough new customers for investors, and shares in the software giant fell 5 per cent following the announcement (sad face emoji). [Reuters] Read more...
Creative technologies company Adobe today released its third fiscal quarter financial results, revealing that it now has 2.81 million paid subscribers to its Creative Cloud service. That 2.8 million figure grew by more than half a million over the last quarter. It’s up from 2,308,000 at the end of Q2 2014. More to follow.
For Q3, we believe the growth trend in cloud adoption continued, which likely drove revenues for Creative cloud and Acrobat family divisions. Likewise, we think Adobe's marketing cloud division will report yet another quarter of growth, buoyed by the adoption of its marketing platform. Show More Summary
Adobe's Creative Cloud video apps will soon offer proper support for the high resolution Retina displays available on modern MacBook Pro laptops. The apps have been stuck in low-res mode for what seems like an eternity (even if the Retina...Show More Summary
Adobe is announcing a number of updates across for its Creative Cloud desktop apps today with the highlight being a refreshed UI across almost all of its video products. One thing in specific for Mac users caught our eye, however, and that’s HiDPI support for Macs with Retina displays: A refreshed user-interface across all the video applications supports […]
With Adobe’s subscription-based Creative Cloud, upgrades to the company’s pro-level video editing and collaboration tools is a continual process rather than a yearly splash. So it’s no surprise that Adobe employs major broadcast industry...Show More Summary