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Adobe updates Creative Cloud with new apps, new features, and even new hardware

Susie Ochs | June 19, 2014
Adobe is the king of creative software but not ready to rest on its laurels. After revamping its boxed Creative Suite software into cloud-connected, subscription-based, regularly updated Creative Cloud, Adobe has set itself up to respond more quickly to the fast-changing industries it serves.

Lightroom for iPhone can import new images from your Camera Roll, for the easiest way yet to get them into your Lightroom catalog. But Lightroom can also edit Raw files, even on mobile, and all of your images and edits sync across devices and are also available online at lightroom.adobe.com. You don't get all the editing power of full Photoshop, of course — Lightroom focuses on crops, basic adjustments, and of course filters. Once you're done editing, Lightroom makes it easy to organize your images with tags and grouping, and share them on social media.

Creative Cloud starts at $10/month for the Creative Cloud Photography package, which includes just Photoshop CC and Lightroom for desktop and mobile. Single-app plans start at $20/month and full suite plans start at $50/month. The new iPad apps (Line, Sketch, and Photoshop Mix) are free.

 

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