Adobe has announced a new bundle that includes its mobile creativity apps for half their usual price sold separately. The company also announced some upcoming features for the apps.
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Adobe has released a beta version of Photoshop which runs natively on Windows 10 ARM-based PCs like the Surface Pro X. Apple Silicon Macs are also supported by the latest beta release.
Today, Nvidia and Adobe announced that beginning later this month, anyone that purchases a new RTX Studio laptop or desktop PC will get three months of Adobe Creative Cloud for free.
Today, Adobe announced that Photoshop is available for Apple's iPads, and it's also bringing Illustrator to the platform next year, as the firm continues to expand its Creative Cloud efforts.
Adobe announced last year that it will be bringing the full-fledged Photoshop app to the iPad sometime this year. The app is reportedly on track for 2019 with more information expected in November.
During Microsoft's event in New York City today, Adobe showed off its new Fresco app running on a Surface Pro X. However, the company is working to bring the entire CC suite to ARM64.
Adobe Fresco, a next-gen drawing and painting application created by Adobe, launches today for iPad users. The app can be downloaded from the App Store for $9.99 a month or free for CC subscribers.
With the firm streamlining its efforts in 3D and augmented reality applications, Fuse CC will not be available on the upcoming macOS Catalina and will be removed from Creative Cloud next year.
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Microsoft is reportedly giving Office 365 subscribers a "thank you" gift in the form of a free three-month subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud Photography, and more offers could be on the way.
It's back to school season, which means that it's time to break out your wallet for the student in your life. Here's our handy guide to help you decide what the best purchases will be.
An unreleased cloud-based photo editor from Adobe similar to its Lightroom product accidentally made an appearance for some Creative Cloud users, before it was removed by the company.
Microsoft announced today that it is partnering with Adobe, which will be running some of its Creative Cloud services on Microsoft's Azure cloud platform. More information is coming soon.
Two months ago Adobe made its Lightroom photography app free on iOS devices. Now it's finally done the same for Android users, the app no longer requiring a Creative Cloud subscription.
Adobe has announced that its 'Flash Professional' application will be rebranded to 'Adobe Animate' next year, as it transitions its efforts towards HTML 5 canvas and WebGL.
Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers can now get almost £400 off a bundle including the range-topping Surface Pro 3 with 512GB SSD and Intel Core i7 processor, and a black Type Cover 3 keyboard.
Microsoft and Adobe touted an improved working relationship at the latter company's annual MAX conference yesterday, a glance at the new Microsoft's focus on its software partners.
In an effort to combat software availability on Chromebooks, Google has joined forces with Adobe to start providing the Photoshop suite on Chromebooks in a scheme called 'Project Photoshop Streaming.'
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In a new blog post, Microsoft says that Adobe's decision this week to discontinue its stand alone Creative Suite software in favor of its Creative Cloud subscription service is coming too early.
Adobe have scrapped its Creative Suite branding, instead offering new applications through its cloud-based Creative Cloud subscription service. Is this move progressive or alienating to pro users?
Adobe is reportedly planning to stop sales of all boxed copies of its Creative Suite software, after offering them since the first release in 2003. Both Windows and Mac platforms will be affected.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen visited Australia this week to defend the company's software pricing in that country, but dodged questions from reporters about its high prices for its stand alone software.
Adobe has responded to the parliamentary summons, around the IT pricing inquiry in Australia, by reducing the cost of its Creative Cloud subscription by AU$13 per month.