With the Creative Cloud news from Adobe and the brouhaha that followed, we completely forgot to let you know about their update to Adobe Connect Mobile this week. Available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch (and now optimized for iPad mini and iPhone 5), Adobe Connect Mobile lets users host, join, collaborate and share in Adobe Connect Meetings.
Are you pissed off at Adobe yet? If the answer is yes, you're not alone. If you use at least one of the company's professional software packages derived from the late, great Creative Suite, your life is about to change. Some 14,600 of...Show More Summary
This week we offer you a double-header—one where we start with Jackie Dove speaking with Adobe’s Senior Marketing Director, Scott Morris, about the company’s recent announcement that it was ending perpetual licenses for upcoming versions of Adobe Creative Suite applications. Show More Summary
If Adobe's move to Creative Cloud only software rentals has you seeking alternatives to Photoshop, you can get some of that functionality back with BatchPhoto v3.7. This all-in-one photo manipulation tool from Bits&Coffee allows users to edit, resize, convert, watermark, and rename every image in the group with a single operation.
Tonight's the night for another edition of everybody's favorite live podcast (next to TUAW TV Live, of course), the TUAW Talkcast. As we go live tonight Mother's Day 2013 will be winding down, so we may talk for a minute about Moms and computers. Show More Summary
All of the complaints about Adobe's new subscription-only model haven't "overshadowed all the goodness that we released," Adobe marketing executive Scott Morris told VentureBeat.
Adobe recently unveiled their newest offering at Adobe Max. While the announcement about the Adobe Creative Cloud has gotten a lot of mixed emotions from … Read more posts by Patrick Jude Ilagan
Adobe has just announced that Creative Suite will cease to exist after CS6 (in name at least), and be replaced exclusively by Creative Cloud. On its most basic level, that means there won’t be perpetual licenses for future Adobe products (though, for now, you’ll still be able to buy CS6 in that format) and instead [...]
This hilarious parody video imagines what would happen if Adobe introduced some of the tackiest elements of digital design ever to Photoshop and the rest of its design products. It's funny because humans have terrible taste. Read more...
Adobe’s unveiling of its latest updates to Creative Cloud earlier this week came with the announcement it will only support Creative Cloud members for future updates, effectively dropping support for customers of its boxed CS6 suite and below apart from security updates and some bug fixes. Adobe has since taken to its Photoshop blog to […]
In case you haven't heard, a chapter in the history of Adobe's venerated Photoshop (and other Creative Suite applications) has just snapped shut. That's because all future versions have been moved to the Creative Cloud and renamed "CC," meaning that the only way to grab anything after CS6 will be to sign up for an internet-only subscription. Show More Summary
What is the future of the cloud-connected interface? How about a simple pen and ruler? This week, Adobe announced that the Creative Suite was becoming the subscription-based Creative Cloud. It didn’t go so well. But amidst the bad news, we may have lost sight of Adobe’s rationale for pushing the cloud beyond profits. Show More Summary
Adobe announced that it would be discontinuing the boxed versions of its Creative Suite software. The only way to purchase that software from now on will be through a subscription to the company’s Creative Cloud service, which can cost anywhere from $20 a month to $75 a month depending on what software you need and... Read More
The new version of Photoshop is finally here! Adobe Photoshop CC (Creative Cloud) was finally announced at the Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles. In the keynote address, Adobe announced several new features including Camera Shake Reduction,...Show More Summary
Creative Suite users, you'll soon be switching to the Cloud. Adobe announced on Monday at its Annual MAX event that it would be dropping CS and completely replacing it with its newest service: the Creative Cloud. Adobe has explainedShow More Summary
Yesterday we learned that Adobe is abandoning Creative Suite for the cloud. But at the tail end of its announcement, the company also revealed a surprising little hardware project that shows how it plans to augment Creative Cloud: a pressure-sensitive iPad stylus called Project Mighty and its ruler cousin, Napoleon. Read more...
Yesterday, Adobe declared that Creative Cloud is its future. Designers will no longer license desktop copies of Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign and use them “forever” (though that word is obviously limited by each version’s practical lifespan). Instead, they subscribe to a Creative Cloud membership and get access to the apps through an online account. Along [...]
Falling average selling prices, and millions of users who didn't upgrade, made Adobe's transition of Creative Suite to Creative Cloud inevitable.
Adobe’s David Wadhwani, senior vice president and general manager of digital media, speaks at Adobe MAX on Monday in Los Angeles. (Photo: Adobe/David Zentz Photography/Novus Select) Adobe is bidding adieu to packaged software, the company announced Monday at its Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles. Show More Summary