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
Adobe’s Photoshop Mix app for iPad, released alongside a flurry of new updates for Adobe’s Creative Cloud 2014 suite, did something no other tablet-based app could — use the power of the cloud to perform sophisticated, processor-intensive editing functions such as content aware fill, lens correction and shake reduction. Show More Summary
In June Adobe announced Photoshop Mix, an image organization and manipulation app for the Apple iPad which can sync with Photoshop CC for desktop computers and Lightroom Mobile via Adobe's Creative Cloud.Today the software maker has released Photoshop Mix 1.1, the first major upgrade to the new app. Show More Summary
Adobe continues to build out the Creative Cloud ecosystem, but there’s still one thing missing – a comprehensive education program for people to learn and improve their design skills. So, we’re offering TNW readers a special deal on Adobe Authorized training courses from Train Simple. Show More Summary
The recent release of Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC) 2014 (which is the 15th release of the product) got me thinking about my own workflow. Photoshop is an amazing piece of software. I have been using it commercially since version 5. Show More Summary
One of the big changes that came with the Creative Cloud 2014 was the demise of the Adobe Extension Manager, now replaced by Adobe add-ons. If you are at all interested in learning more about Adobe Add-ons—how to create them or use them—the Add-ons team is holding their first webinar on July 30th. The post Free Webinar for Adobe Add-ons appeared first on AppleTell.
Dear Almighty Adobe, This is not a break up letter, you know I love you, but, I have questions going around in my head…. I really want to join the creative cloud, please help. I love the idea of the Creative Cloud. Really, what’s not to love there. Laptop/desktop/tablet integration; instant updates; $10 for the [...]Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating In June of 2014, Adobe released it's largest update to Photoshop since migrating to the Creative Cloud subscription model. Amidst the host of new features and updates is a very interesting new selection feature; the Focus Area Selection. Show More Summary
Adobe is now branding/naming their software on an annual basis. Thus, this years updates will be CC-2014, and it's safe to assume that subsequent releases will be CC-2015, CC-2016, etc. This is important because some of the softwareShow More Summary
Adobe has rolled out a novel way to apply its Creative Cloud subscription policy to Lightroom, its professional photo management and editing package. If you obtained Lightroom as part of a Creative Cloud subscription ($50 per month)Show More Summary
http://youtu.be/Ozbf05w0cPQ In the most recent update to Creative Cloud users, Adobe did something I just did not see coming, and it’s designed to allay the concerns of some Lightroom Creative Cloud subscribers (or potential subscribers). Watch the video above first (it’s really short) which explains what they did, then I did a short Q&A below,Continue...
Adobe has recently discontinued the sale of Creative Suite 6, and now is solely focusing on licensing Creative Cloud. While CS was Adobe’s flagship product for over a decade, and offered to a user as packaged software with one time perpetual...Show More Summary
By Trefis: Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) has recently discontinued the sale of Creative Suite 6, and now is solely focusing on licensing Creative Cloud (CC). While CS was Adobe’s flagship product for over a decade, and offered to a user as packaged...Show More Summary
As part of the most recent update to its Creative Cloud subscription package, Adobe has launched Creative Cloud Market, a collection of royalty-free, curated assets for artists, designers and developers to use in their projects. Items...Show More Summary
Adobe just quietly debuted its “Creative Cloud Market,” a limited collection of free stock design graphics built directly into the firm’s Creative Cloud desktop app. Adobe has always been the business of making tools for content creators, but it rarely creates content itself. Show More Summary
With Apple kicking Aperture and iPhoto to the curb, the folks at Adobe are ready to pick up the pieces wherever they can. As noted on the Adobe blog, Adobe is letting it be known Lightroom and Creative Cloud Photography solutions aren't going anywhere any time soon. Show More Summary