Adobe on Wednesday released a whole host of updates across its Creative Cloud ecosystem including the biggest batch of new features for Photoshop on the desktop and iPad since the Adobe MAX conference in 2019. Adobe Sensei—the company’s artificial intelligence and machine learning platform—continues to push the boundaries of AI/ML in the world of imaging and creativity.
Adobe released a slew of updates across its Creative Cloud ecosystem on Wednesday, including Photoshop for desktop and iPad. The company did not forget about its multi-platform all-in-one social video app Premiere Rush, thankfully. Two features that were previewed during the last Adobe MAX is officially coming soon—Auto Reframe, and Pan and Zoom.
Good things take time. Great things…well, they come to those who wait. When Photoshop for iPad made its debut last year at Adobe MAX, it left many creative folks wanting. It certainly wasn’t anywhere near the desktop equivalent, the “industry standard” photo manipulation tool, mind you. Well, slowly but surely, the much-anticipated iPad version is getting there. Adobe has just released two major features for Photoshop on iPad as part of its June 2020 update.
The global impact of the COVID-19 disease outbreak is no less than devastating. With the still growing number of cases, the road ahead is expected to be long and challenging. The virus has disrupted people’s lifestyles and livelihood, businesses, enterprises and the economy at large, put a strain on healthcare systems; with some countries going on lockdown to contain the spread. In these trying times, companies have stepped up with relief initiatives. Recently, Adobe opened up free home access to Adobe Creative Cloud for students. Now, creatives around the world can benefit from two months of free access to Creative Cloud.
At its MAX 2019 annual creativity conference, Adobe launched a slew of new products and updates to its Creative Cloud suite of creative tools. From Photoshop for iPad to Adobe Aero; Illustrator for iPad and Fresco for Windows, there was plenty for creatives to love. Adobe did spring another surprise—Adobe Photoshop Camera. Erm, what?
At MAX 2019, its annual creativity conference, Adobe unleashed a barrage of new products and updates to its Creative Cloud ecosystem, amongst other things. None could be more exciting than the much-anticipated Photoshop for iPad or Adobe Aero; but I could be wrong. The company also previewed Adobe Illustrator for iPad, bringing yet another desktop bigwig to touchscreens.
A year after it was previewed, one of the most anticipated apps on the iPad (at least for the creative pros) is finally here. Adobe earlier today at MAX 2019, its annual creativity conference where it released a slew of products and updates, the company officially gave Photoshop for iPad a 1.0 release. Designed from the ground up for touchscreen and mobile devices, the app gives you a clue of what’s to come for creative pros in the near future.
Adobe MAX, the world’s largest creativity conference kicked off today and Adobe announced a slew of next generation Creative Cloud apps. There were two new official 1.0 products launched today—Adobe Photoshop on iPad and Adobe Fresco for Windows (Microsoft Surface for now). It also previewed the highly-anticipated Adobe Illustrator on iPad and the all-new Photoshop Camera. With augmented reality (AR) taking flight in a big way, Adobe introduced its new AR authoring tool—Adobe Aero.