Adobe's massive creative software package has been updated and and along with it Adobe has launched a brand new cloud service. Here's a summary of all the action.
Adobe updates and consolidates its print and Web oriented software into a single large bundle and augments its video package with brand new apps.
Adobe integrates CS6 and the Creative Cloud into the educational market with new offerings and prices.
Adobe debuts its cloud strategy with high-profile Creative Suite 6 in the starring role.
Extensis Suitcase Fusion 4 features an updated interface that’s designed to streamline workflows and save designers needless bouncing back and forth between applications.
As the date nears for the debut of Creative Suite 6 and Creative Cloud, Adobe offers a sneak peek of its video editing component at the upcoming NAB convention.
Advances in content-aware technology, cropping, blurs, and Camera Raw are just some of the new features found in the newly released beta version of Photoshop CS6.
For the first time since Creative Suite 3, Adobe has released Photoshop as a free public beta.
The mobile version of iPhoto embodies a deep and complete consumer editing tool. You'll be impressed by the level of detail and sophistication contained in this iPhone and iPad offering.
Adobe Shadow is designed to aid in the testing and inspection of new Web designs and updates on mobile devices, and make the process more efficient.
Adobe has released version 4 of Lightroom, its professional photo management application, following a brief beta period. It has also permanently cut the price in half.
Adobe sees the Creative Cloud as Creative Suite 6 with benefits. It will include new products and services, new features as they become available, and help in defining effective workflows.
The long-awaited Photoshop Touch app is now available for iPad 2 running iOS 5.
Upcoming software for the Mac and iOS lets users create unique video-based photographs.
New app helps extend your images by filling in what would be there.