Like it or not, Adobe dragged consumers into the era of subscription-based software. And from the looks of it, it’s paying off. Last Thursday, Adobe revealed, for the ninth quarter in a row, that the San Jose, California-based company beat out analysts’ expectations, more than doubling its net profit year over year, from $88 million [...]Show More Summary
By Sai Sachin R and Kshitiz Goliya (Reuters) - Adobe Systems Inc reported a profit that topped market expectations for the ninth straight quarter on strong subscriber growth for its Creative Cloud package of software tools, which includes Photoshop. Show More Summary
Adobe now has 6.16 million paying Creative Cloud subscribers, the company said in its latest (Q4 2015) earnings report, exceeding the roughly 6 million subscriber goal it set for the year. This is a bit surprising. We didn’t expect Adobe to surpass that milestone. Show More Summary
Ricoh has announced a software plug-in for Adobe Lightroom supporting tethered shooting with the Pentax 645Z medium-format camera. Creative Cloud Lightroom subscribers can also take advantage of integration with Lightroom Mobile, making it possible to comment on and adjust photos remotely via the cloud. Show More Summary
Adobe is set to announce its fiscal Q4 2015 earnings on December 10th. (Fiscal years end with November.) For Q4, we believe the growth trend in cloud adoption continued, which likely drove revenues for the Creative cloud, Marketing and Acrobat divisions. Show More Summary
For many years, Adobe Creative Cloud has been the de facto leader of design tools. While the name does have “cloud” in it, Adobe’s products initially began as desktop applications, and even today, many users feel that collaborative workflow is not up to the par. To answer this problem, 23-year old Dylan Field has come... Read More at Figma: A New Design Collaboration Tool
Back in October, Adobe announced iOS users no longer needed a paid Creative Cloud subscription to use its Lightroom for iOS 2.0 app. Now, Android users have the same luxury – version 1.4 of Lightroom Mobile for Android is now free for all users. While not as powerful as its desktop equivalent, Lightroom Mobile is [...]Show More Summary
Joining its iOS counterpart, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Android users can now use the app for free without any monthly Creative Crowd subscription.
Adobe Lightroom, one of our most-used photo editing tools here at DL, is now free to use on Android devices without a creative cloud subscription. A similar update that made the photo editing service free for iOS, arrived back in October. ...Show More Summary
In October, Adobe released Lightroom 2.0 for iOS which, unlike previous versions, can be used as a stand-alone app on your Apple mobile device, without a paid subscription to the company's Creative Cloud services. Apparently customer response to the move has been very positive and Adobe has decided to do the same with the Android version of the app. Read more
Really excellent image editing tool Adobe Lightroom Mobile is now free on Android, meaning you won’t need a $10 per month Creative Cloud subscription to get it to work properly. The app went free on iOS earlier this fall. Read more....
Adobe today released Lightroom Mobile for Android 1.4 and this release makes Lightroom Mobile free for any and all Android users, even those that do not have a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud. This move follows Lightroom 2.0 for...Show More Summary
If you’re a creative professional, or would like to become one, Adobe’s taking up to 20% off their Creative Cloud subscription plans today, granting you access to one or all of their industry standard applications. Read more...
Reflecting the importance of HTML5, Flash Professional becomes Animate CC.
Today, Adobe has updated its Creative Cloud video tools with features it first showed off at IBC and Adobe MAX earlier this year. The updates bring a host of new and revamped capabilities for Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Audition CC. Below, we’ll dive into some of the details of the updates. Native [...]Show More Summary
As part of its round of November Creative Cloud updates, Adobe announced plans to rebrand its Flash Professional CC software as Animate CC to acknowledge a growing shift away from Flash. In a blog post on its website, Adobe explainsShow More Summary
This post was brought to you by Adobe and Creative Cloud, building apps that help you design websites and mobile apps faster. Crafting user experience can be a challenge – you need to anticipate your users’ needs and make educated guesses and decisions on their behalf. Show More Summary
Last night Adobe released a ton of new updates for users in the Adobe Creative Cloud and Photoshop was among the apps that got a good amount of changes to it. These features were things that we got to see a sneak peek at Adobe Max –...Show More Summary
Adobe’s latest update to its Creative Cloud software suite introduces a new 3D modelling tool, Fuse – and renames Flash Professional CC as Adobe Animate CC in recognition of the fact that HTML5 has now become the dominant standard for web-based animated content. Steve would be pleased. Creating realistic 3D faces and bodies has always […]
In the wake of major backlash to its Flash interactive media format, Adobe is rebranding the authoring tool as Animate CC. The company will launch the latest version early next year. As part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite of software,...Show More Summary