Adobe has updated Creative Cloud with new versions of its creativity applications, bringing many new features.
15 of its apps have been updated, including Photoshop, which has been given new sharpening technologies. The new updates allow for a more streamlined workflow experience.
Publishing and collaborative features that were announced at Adobe MAX in May are also available, including a new creative cloud app for your desktop, which syncs and organises files on your mobile devices too, and integration with Behance, a leading creative community that Adobe bought
Adobe has also completely redisigned its app centre, along with adding 200 new tutorials to help customers get to grips with the changes.
There will no longer be any updates to Adobe's creative suite package of software, meaning that for customers to stay up to date, they will have to join Creative Cloud and pay a monthly subscription fee instead of buying the software outright. Monthly prices start form £27.34 for Creative Cloud membership.
For more information, visit the Adobe website