Creative Cloud adds support for Adobe Fonts across all mobile devices

Today, Adobe released an update to the Creative Cloud mobile application for iOS. The most notable change that Adobe Creative Cloud version 5.0 brings to the table is that, for the first time, all fonts available on Creative Cloud will now also be available on the mobile application.

This means that for any user having an Adobe ID, they will be able to access over 1,300 fonts. But subscribers of Creative Cloud will benefit much more as they will gain access to more than 17,000 fonts, without any additional charges and as part of their Creative Cloud subscription.

Along with this, apart from the usual bug fixes and stability improvements, the ability to "add hand-drawn annotations using the Apple Pencil and PencilKit markup" has also been added. In addition, dark mode is now supported as well.

From the looks of it, for font inclusion, dark mode support, and hand-drawn annotations, iOS13.1 or later-compatible devices are required. If you want to download the application you can head over to the App Store.

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