Adobe is taking its document strategy to the cloud with its latest service. Taking the same approach as its Creative Cloud Suite of apps for creators, Adobe is revealing its new Document Cloud service alongside two new apps for iOS: Acrobat Mobile and Fill &??? Sign. The new service aims to make handling PDFs and other documents much more […]
Today Adobe raised the curtain on Document Cloud, a new service for storing and sharing documents. It’s launching “in the next 30 days” and will set you back $15 a month — unless you already have a Creative Cloud or Acrobat subscription. According to Adobe, Document Cloud represents the company’s third major investment in the cloud, following […]
Adobe's core cloud business continued to deliver results as cloud adoption remained robust across both its Creative offering and marketing solutions. For Q1, we believe the growth trend in cloud adoption continued, which likely drove revenues for both the Creative cloud and marketing divisions. Show More Summary
Adobe has updated Photoshop Mix for the iPhone and iPad today with several new features, including the ability to merge images and support for styluses. Also included in today's update is support for the Creative Cloud Clipboard, as well as a new tutorial to show users how to create combination images. Show More Summary
Adobe launched its Creative Suite 6 back in 2012. The bad thing is that the tools inside the suite are out of reach for most people because of their prices. Even though Adobe offers discounts for people who upgrade from older releases and its software costs a lot less for some segments in the market […]
Adobe is celebrating 25 years of Photoshop and to commemorate this milestone, Photoshop is profiling 25 of the most creative visual artists under the age of 25 on their new Instagram feed (@photoshop). In the coming months, the selected...Show More Summary
Thomas Knoll, co-creator of Photoshop, says the current Creative Cloud Photography Plan, which bundles the app, Lightroom and Lightroom Mobile into a $9.99 per month subscription, is now priced fairly for photographers. Photoshop is celebrating its 25th birthday today. Show More Summary
Adobe’s Lightroom app for iOS is actually pretty good, but you have to pay for a Creative Cloud subscription to use it. What if you could have the power of an editing suite like Lightroom without all of the extra … Read more ›
If you're paying for a Creative Cloud subscription, Adobe's Lightroom mobile comes in handy for make some photo edits on the go. In order to speed up that creative process a bit, the latest iOS update delivers the ability to copy edits from one photo...
Buying Lightroom used to be simple. All you had to do was buy the full version of the program, and upgrade (if you wished) every time a new version came out. But ever since Adobe announced the Creative Cloud subscription service, photographers have been faced with two choices. Show More Summary
Adobe has announced that the upcoming Lightroom 6, its Creative Cloud photo manager, will support only 64-bit operating systems. The new version of the software, which last saw a major upgrade in April of 2013, will no longer support 32-bit operating systems. Show More Summary
Adobe has put plenty of energy into the mobile side of its Creative Cloud marketplace. However, this concentration has thus far been focused on the iOS side of the equation. That is about to change with the launch of Lightroom Mobile for Android, available free on the Google Play Store. Show More Summary
New Adobe Creative Cloud libraries feature lets you share assets with others and within other applications. The post How to share assets via your Creative Cloud libraries appeared first on AppleTell.
What will Adobe do with their $1.073 billion earnings? Purchase Fotolia, one of the leading online marketplaces for images and video. The post In the Creative Cloud, you are not alone; no, really! appeared first on AppleTell.
Adobe is giving its Creative Cloud users simpler access to millions of stock images and videos. The company recently announced that it has reached a deal to purchase Fotolia for $800 million cash. Adobe plans to incorporate Fotolia’s stock image library into its Creative Cloud suite. This would give Creative Cloud members the ability to...
The company once again reported faster-than-expected adoption of subscription licenses for its Creative Cloud business, as more of its clients chose annual subscription plans. The company reported over 3.454 million paid subscribers for the CC services, a sizable increase of 644,000 over the previous quarter. Show More Summary
Adobe has announced plans to acquire stock photography service Fotolia. Once the acquisition is complete, Fotolia will be offered to Adobe users as a 'single Creative Cloud marketplace experience', as well as a standalone service to others. Read more
Adobe announced it has entered into an agreement to purchase Fotolia, a privately held company that specializes in royalty-free photos, images, graphics and HD video. The price tag is $800 million in cash. Adobe plans to integrate Fotolia...Show More Summary
Adobe today announced that it has acquired Fotolia, a popular marketplace for stock photography and video, for approximately $800 million in cash. The idea is to integrate the service into Adobe’s Creative Cloud and make it easier for Creative Cloud members to use (and purchase) the over 34 million images and videos in the company’s portfolio. Show More Summary
Adobe now has 3.454 million paying Creative Cloud subscribers, the company revealed in its fourth quarter financial report today. Adobe originally predicted it would reach 3.3 million paying subscribers by the end of 2014. The $$$ Adobe reported revenues of $1.073 billion and non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.36 for the fourth quarter. Show More Summary