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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Creative Cloud’

Google’s Chrome OS Gets Adobe Photoshop Support

Google and Adobe have partnered to bring Creative Cloud to Chromebooks, starting with Photoshop. A streaming version will be available in the U.S. In a post on the Chrome blog, product manager Stephen Konig wrote: Chromebooks are fast, easy to use and secure. They bring the best of the cloud right to your desktop, whether that’s Google Drive, Google+ Photos …

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Adobe Creative Cloud Updated With Even More Features

Over the past two years, Adobe’s Creative Cloud has matured into one of the best values in design software. What started out as a way to get Creative Suite for $49.99 a month has evolved into a subscription program that gets users so much more. Now Adobe is adding even more value to Creative Cloud with the addition of several …

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Adobe Extends $10 Photoshop CC Subscription To Everyone

A few months ago, Adobe launched the Photoshop Photography Program in an attempt to get people still using Photoshop CS3 or higher to upgrade to Adobe’s Creative Cloud service. Now Adobe is extending it to everybody. Adobe announced this afternoon that its Photoshop Photography Program is now open to everybody. Starting today and running through December 2, everybody can now …

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Flash Pro For Creative Cloud Gets Major Update

In early May, Adobe said that it was moving its creative suite exclusively to Creative Cloud so that it could provide faster updates. It turns out developers and artists didn’t have to wait long after all as Adobe has released a major Creative Cloud update that includes enhancements for all of its CS software including Flash Pro. So, what’s new …

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Adobe Launches Big Update For Creative Cloud

Adobe announced the launch of a major update to Creative Cloud today. “Packed with new features, this Creative Cloud release reimagines the creative process through a set of ‘CC’ desktop applications and sophisticated cross-device collaboration and publishing capabilities,” a spokesperson for Adobe tells WebProNews. “Additionally, Behance, the online creative community, is now integrated with Creative Cloud, so customers can showcase …

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Adobe Acquires Ideacodes Team For Creative Cloud

Adobe announced on Tuesday that it has acquired the team behind Ideaclouds, for use in the Creative Cloud department. Ideacodes is a creative consultancy, which Adobe says will help it “continue to create an excellent Creative Cloud experience.” The San Francisco-based company specializes in design and user experience of smart apps, digital products and networked communities. “Our job at Adobe …

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Adobe Ditches Creative Suite In Favor Of Creative Cloud

For years, Adobe has sold its professional design software under the Creative Suite banner. There were hints that was going to change when Adobe stopped selling CS6 at retail, but the company has moved to kill Creative Suite faster than anybody expected. Adobe announced at its annual MAX conference that it will no longer be releasing new versions of its …

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Adobe Phasing Out Boxed Retail Copies Of CS6

Do you still purchases boxed retail versions of software? If so, you might want to grab a boxed copy of Adobe’s Creative Suite 6 as the company is beginning to phase out its retail offerings. Adobe told multiple outlets today that it will be discontinuing its retail offerings of Creative Suite 6 and Acrobat. An Adobe spokesperson provided the the …

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Adobe Adds Game Developer Tools To Creative Cloud

Back in February, Adobe published a white paper that outlined the future of Flash Player. The company said that it would be refocusing its efforts on gaming and Web video after discontinuing work on the mobile version for Android. Almost 10 months later, Adobe has made good on that promise by introducing game development tools into Creative Cloud. Creative Cloud, …

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Adobe Makes Web Site Creation Even Easier

Adobe made a big splash in May by releasing their highly anticipated Creative Suite 6. They also released Creative Cloud, their first foray into cloud-based storage and software. One bit of software exclusive to Creative Cloud customers is Muse, a program that allows graphic designers to build Web sites without knowing any code. It was already easy enough to use, …

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Adobe’s Cloud Gets A Little Lightroom

You may recall a while back when Adobe made a big fuss over the launch of Creative Suite 6. It was worth making a fuss about as well since it featured numerous upgrades from previous software versions to make a lot of old programs feel new again, especially Photoshop. The most exciting part of the CS6 launch, however, was the …

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Exclusive: Adobe on CS6, Creative Cloud, and New Focus

On Monday, Adobe made some big announcements including the next version of its professional design software suite and a new cloud service for syncing, sharing, and storing files. Although there is always excitement surrounding news from the leading company in digital experiences, this week’s announcements were especially intriguing since they included 14 new products and 4 new Creative Suite additions.

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