07-12-2015 Hermes Designs

Adobe updates Creative Cloud apps and says goodbye to Flash

Adobe, the Photoshop maker has released a suite of major updates for its Creative Cloud desktop apps. The company also renames its much talked Flash. Adobe Flash Professional is getting a new name Adobe Animate CC which has native HTML5 and WebGL integration to create contents with those standards. At the same time, it will continue supporting Flash, SVG etc. The company will also provide security updates for Flash.

What’s New In Creative Cloud?

Adobe’s Creative Cloud desktop apps like Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, After Effects got a number of new features.

  Adobe Fuse CC (Preview) is a new tool for 3D designs. Adobe says that you don’t need any prior experience to start 3D modeling when you have Fuse CC. For a limited time, Creative Cloud members can use this preview version free.

  Photoshop has received a new design interface called Design Space which promises to perform more tasks in less clicks. The Photoshop CC toolbar is now customizable.

  Illustrator gets new Shaper Tool that you can use to draw more accurate geometric shapes quickly. These shapes will adjust automatically and interactively.

  Adobe Stock gets greater Creative Cloud Libraries integration, so now you can easily search, browse and purchase from 1 million+ HD videos along with 45 million assets.

  With Dreamweaver CC, you can now design and develop responsive websites supported with any device or browser. CerativeSync get is now more incorporated with all other CC apps so that you can manage all relevant contents from within Dreamweaver.

  With the latest updates, Adobe Premiere CC now supports improved UltraHD formats editing from native 4K to 8K videos. After Effects now has the powerful color tools tools like Premiere Pro.

Other Creative Cloud apps have also received lots of new updates.