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Adobe pledges to bring better support to its Creative Cloud service for Android this summer

In a blog post sent out earlier today, Adobe explained that it will bring better support to its Creative Cloud service for Android sometime this summer.

Adobe promises better Creative Cloud support for Android is coming this summer

13 hours agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

There comes a day in every company's life where they just have to bite the bullet and admit they haven't put their best foot forward. For Adobe, that day is today. Read about the company's commitment to get their Android caught up to iOS counterparts.

Engine Yard buys OpDemand, the startup behind open-source cloud platform Deis

Want to master the CMO role? Join us for GrowthBeat Summit on June 1-2 in Boston, where we'll discuss how to merge creativity with technology to drive growth. Space is limited and we're limiting attendance to CMOs and top marketing execs. Request your personal invitation here! Engine Yard, a startup that offers a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) cloud developers can use to […]

Cloud container company Docker raises $95M from Insight Venture Partners

Want to master the CMO role? Join us for GrowthBeat Summit on June 1-2 in Boston, where we'll discuss how to merge creativity with technology to drive growth. Space is limited and we're limiting attendance to CMOs and top marketing execs. Request your personal invitation here! Hot cloud startup Docker has raised $95 million in funding, the company announced today. […]

Adobe Adds Morph Cut And Lumetri Color Panel to Premiere, Making Editors Lives Easier

The next round of updates to Adobe’s Creative cloud for video should be pretty exciting for anyone who is heavy on video editing. Adobe is adding two tools for video editing and color grading that should really streamline the video workflow. They are called Morph Cut and Lumetri Color Panel. The first one is Morph Cut. This [...]Show More Summary

Adobe will showcase upcoming Creative Cloud video suite upgrades at broadcasters’ annual meetup

Every year — just in time for the annual convention of the National Association of Broadcasters — Adobe circles back to its video suite — Premiere Pro, After Effects, Media Encoder, SpeedGrade, Audition and others, and finds it wanting. Show More Summary

Adobe's new Slate app aims to turn anyone into a web designer for free

Over the last year, Adobe has been steadily beefing up its mobile offering with several new and rebranded apps. Though most of these require a Creative Cloud subscription to get the apps' full benefits, the company's latest app, Slate,...Show More Summary

FREEBIES: 10 Free One-Year Adobe Creative Cloud Prepaid Plans

As designers, we know how essential Adobe’s applications are in everything that we do. From photo … Read more posts by Kevin Mark Rabida

How to get your Mac menu bar under control

Adding apps and software to OS X Yosemite can clutter up the menu bar. Fortunately there are easy ways to fix that problem. Creative Cloud, Dropbox, Time Machine. Before you know it your menu bar is crowded from both ends. Especially when you're using a smaller screen, like on the MacBook Air, you might like to keep your menu bar tidy. Show More Summary

Adobe’s New Brainstorming App For Designers Is Here

2 weeks agoArts : Wired: Design

The last time we saw Comp CC, the newest tool in Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite, it was called LayUp, and creator Khoi Vinh had just demoed it at Adobe MAX 2014. It is, in essence, a responsive brainstorming app that recreates the early stage pen-and-paper sketching experience on an iPad. Show More Summary

Meet Adobe Comp CC, an iPad app that lets designers execute a complete layout on-the-go

If you’re a designer, and have the motive or opportunity to create a usable comp from start to finish on-the-go, you are in luck. Adobe has launched Comp CC, a new iPad app that lets designers work with their Creative Cloud account to quickly fashion a usable comp — complete with the same assets you would use in the final version. Show More Summary

Basic Shape Manipulation Techniques in Photoshop CS6

3 weeks agoArts / Graphic Design : BittBox

Advertise here with BSA Adobe Photoshop has come a long way since it was originally released in 1990. While Adobe has put out their latest “monthly subscription” suite of Creative Cloud, many designers choose to stick with the last iteration of CS6. The CS6 pack is still incredibly powerful and there’s not much of a difference from CS6 to […]

Adobe Earnings: Cloud Services Deliver Growth Yet Again

Adobe posted its Q1 results Tuesday, March 17th. (Fiscal years ending with November.) The company added 517,000 Creative Cloud subscriptions in the quarter, a 28% increase over the prior year, achieving a total of 3.971 million. This fell short of analyst expectations, however, and the stock fell by 4% in after-hours trading Tuesday. Given the […]

Adobe Picks Up 517K Creative Cloud Subscribers In Its FQ1

In its most recent financial period, Adobe picked up 517,000 net new subscribers to its Creative Cloud product, helping the company generate $1.11 billion in revenue, and adjusted profit of $0.44 per share. Using normal accounting methods (GAAP), Adobe ended the period with a slimmer $0.17 per share profit. Show More Summary

Adobe sees solid Q1 with $1.11B in revenue, 517K new paying Creative Cloud subscribers

Adobe now has 3.97 million paying Creative Cloud subscribers, the company shared within its first quarter 2015 financial report today. Adobe added 517K new paying Creative Cloud subscribers this quarter. By contrast, the company added 644K new paid subscribers last quarter, and ended 2015 with 3.454 million paying subscribers. Show More Summary

Adobe Brings PDFs To The Cloud With Its New Acrobat DC Service

Over the last two years or so, the news around Adobe has mostly focused on its Creative Cloud, so it’s easy to forget that the company also has a huge business in the document business with Acrobat. Now, it’s putting renewed emphasis on this side of its business with the launch of its Document Cloud. Read More

Adobe Document Cloud easily handles forms and PDFs on any device

Adobe rebranded its creative software back in 2012, and now, it's changing the way it handles forms and documents. The company just announced Document Cloud: "a modern way" to tackle those files in your home, office and on the go. Combining key features from several apps, Document Cloud (DC) includes the redesigned Acrobat DC for tweaking PDFs. Show More Summary

Adobe unveils its Document Cloud subscription service with an upgraded Acrobat at its helm

If you are familiar with Adobe’s Creative Cloud, then a new cloud formation, announced today, will operate on a familiar concept. Adobe has announced its Document Cloud with a brand new version of Adobe Acrobat at its heart and a mobile workplace in its soul. Show More Summary

Adobe unveils Document Cloud w/ Acrobat Mobile and Fill &??? Sign apps for iOS

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 […]

Adobe unveils Document Cloud and Acrobat DC to change the way you share PDFs

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 […]

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