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Adobe Creative Cloud trials reset to offer preview of 2015 features

Adobe recently updated its Creative Cloud suite of software, and to give users a chance to test the new features it has reset its product trials. This includes trial versions of Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, and Photoshop CC. Users, even...Show More Summary

The future of UX design

This post was brought to you by Adobe and Creative Cloud, building apps that help you design websites and mobile apps faster. User experience design is often thought of as a new or emerging concept in Web design and app design. However,...Show More Summary

Free Trials Were Just Reset on All the Adobe Apps You'll Never Pay For

There comes a time when you go to launch Photoshop and realize that you’re trial period expired the day before. Instant dread. Well, today is a fabulous day, as Adobe has reset the clock for free trials on all of its Creative Cloud apps. Read more...

How Well Do Imaging & Cloud Companies Protect Your Privacy?

You invest more than just your photos when you use services like Dropbox or Adobe’s Creative Cloud. Sensitive data, such as your location, private communications and more, gets transmitted to third party servers every day. Every year, the Electronic Frontier Foundation surveys key tech firms to judge just how diligently they safeguard your privacy. Show More Summary

Adobe releases a slew of Android apps for Creative Cloud subscribers

Adobe has supported iOS with great apps like Photoshop, Lightroom, and more, but Android has taken a back seat. Now Creative Cloud members can use Photoshop Mix, Brush CC, Shape CC, and Color CC on Android.

Adobe sees strong Q2 with $1.16B in revenue, 639K new Creative Cloud subscribers

Adobe now has 4.61 million paying Creative Cloud subscribers, the company shared within its second quarter 2015 financial report today. Adobe aims to hit nearly 6 million paid subscribers before 2015’s end. As we said last quarter, there’s a good chance Adobe will slightly miss that target. The company added 639,000 new paying Creative Cloud subscribers […]

The 2015 Release of Adobe Creative Cloud Includes New Features And Performance Boost To Desktop Apps

Adobe yesterday announced the release of 2015 Creative Cloud update that doubles down on connected workflows for creative individuals, teams and enterprises who want to create across desktop and mobile, and who want to leverage the community and content that matters most to them. Huge performance improvements in fifteen desktop apps: In Adobe Photoshop CC, […]

Adobe revenue rises 8.8 percent

(Reuters) - Photoshop maker Adobe Systems Inc reported an 8.8 percent rise in quarterly revenue as more customers subscribed to its Creative Cloud and Document Cloud software suites. The company's net income rose to $147.5 million, or 29 cents per share, in the second quarter ended May 29, from $88.5 million, or 17 cents per share, a year earlier. Show More Summary

Adobe Creative Cloud Update and Adobe Stock Launch

Today, Adobe released its Creative Cloud update across all its applications. 15 Creative Cloud applications have been updated, including Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, Lightroom CC, and more. the second major announcement...Show More Summary

Adobe Announces 2015 Creative Cloud Release, Unveils New Features

Adobe has announced their 2015 release of Creative Cloud, packed with new feature and updates that are enough to make almost anyone want to switch over to the subscription platform. In addition to updates for video, photo editing, and image manipulation, Adobe has added features such as CreativeSync to give you a seamless workflow between mobile and [...]Show More Summary

Learn All the Keyboard Shortcuts for Adobe Apps with This Cheat Sheet

Keyboard shortcuts are the ticket to working faster in many programs. This cheat sheet will help you work more efficiently in Adobe Creative Cloud apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Premier Pro. Read more...

Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 is Out! Here’s What’s New.

Adobe has an new update called Adobe Creative Cloud 2015. So what does this mean for photographers? Let’s look at … The post Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 is Out! Here’s What’s New. appeared first on Yanik's Photo School.

Adobe Creative Cloud 2015: New Features for Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Mobile Apps

It's everyone's favorite time of year: Adobe Creative Cloud update time! Check out all of the new features of your favorite illustration and design programs plus new features to Adobe's mobile app line up, including Android support at...Show More Summary

Adobe updates Creative Cloud apps

Adobe has updated the bulk of their Creative Cloud apps such as InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Premiere. Rather than list all the changes, I've linked to an update list provided by Macrumors.com. Some of the additions to Photoshop are really interesting, and InDesign seems a bit speedier. Show More Summary

Adobe releases Creative Cloud 2015: Something for everyone

With the advent of its subscription model, Adobe has settled in to making a major update to its Creative Suite applications about once a year. The 2015 release is now available, with dozens of features spread across an increasing breadth of applications.

Adobe Updates Photoshop and Lightroom with Creative Cloud 2015 and Launches Adobe Branded Stock Photography Library

Today Adobe is announcing updates for their Creative Cloud 2015 Photography package as well as the launch of their new stock photography offering Adobe Stock. I saw a demo last week of the new Creative Cloud enhancements. The enhancement that I liked the most was a new slider in Lightroom for haze and dehaze. With […]

Adobe integrates stock image purchases into Creative Cloud as it updates its 15 CC apps

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Alongside the updates to its mobile apps yesterday, Adobe has also updated its entire suite of Creative Cloud desktop apps and launched a new Adobe Stock images service integrated within those apps – something the company says “radically simplifies” the process of buying and using stock images. “Adobe Stock extends Creative Cloud’s value as a vibrant global […]

With A Major Creative Cloud Update, Adobe Finally Enters The Stock Photography Market

Adobe Stock is aggressively priced, and built right into Photoshop and other applications. Eighty-five percent of the people who buy stock images are users of Adobe applications such as Photoshop. An even higher percentage of the people who create such images—north of 90%—use Adobe software to produce them. Show More Summary

Adobe launches Creative Cloud 2015 with performance tweaks, stock photo library

Creative Suite 2015 comes with Adobe Stock, a curated library of stock images available for Adobe's desktop applications on the Mac. Adobe moved the Creative Cloud suite of desktop apps to a subscription-based model last year, rolling out incremental updates as and when they're ready. Show More Summary

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