With Illustrator CC, Adobe has embarked on a new strategy of improving existing features rather than focusing on new capabilities. That's not a bad thing.
Adobe's audio editor, Audition CC, offers compelling new features making it a worthy update, but it should not be tied to Creative Cloud's subscription model.
InDesign CC boasts improved ePub features, better font menus, and performance enhancements, but offers few truly new features.
So much for the idea of an Internet connection making software more secure to cracking attempts.
Adobe reports that it added 221,000 new subscribers to its Creative Cloud subscription service and aims for 1.25 million by the end of the year.
New Retina-ready Photoshop CC sports conditional actions, new sharpening filters, and better image enlargements.
Adobe's massive experiment in subscription software begins now with the release of Creative Cloud.
Adobe upgrades its photo management software as part of Creative Cloud, but still offers it as a traditional license in a box.
Adobe's move to Creative Cloud offers a chance to overhaul its software in exciting ways–but it could leave the company damaged if customers aren't won over.
What's the big objection to Creative Cloud and what should you do about it?