Adobe’s Creative Cloud desktop app, as soon as only a drop-down tab for downloading and updating Adobe apps, is getting changed into an belongings library. The new desktop expertise will characteristic tutorials for all apps in a single hub. It principally seems to be like the present Creative Cloud website, however now in a desktop app kind.
The app works just about the identical, however it’s been organized right into a full-screen expertise. Adobe desires it to be a one-stop store for the whole lot Creative Cloud, so customers can entry it every time they should replace apps, or to search out belongings like brushes, fonts, and inventory photographs. Creative Cloud Libraries let customers entry belongings from anyplace (an vital characteristic as the corporate continues releasing iPad and Android apps like Fresco) and share these libraries with teammates.
It’s a little bit stunning that the Creative Cloud app wasn’t a full-screen desktop expertise earlier than. With Adobe growing the upcoming Photoshop on iPad and the AR app Project Aero, it is sensible to create a consolidated artistic hub for the ever-growing variety of Adobe apps.
The redesign begins rolling out in France and Germany immediately, Japan tomorrow, and can roll out globally to the US and different areas the next week. You can learn extra in regards to the redesign at Adobe’s blog here.
Yep, beginning to roll out a wholly reimagined “Creative Cloud” desktop app to some clients. You’ll discover a new approach to handle and uncover apps, studying assets, central administration in your libraries, and extra coming. Feedback welcome. @creativecloud https://t.co/BvhICGm2GT
— Scott Belsky (@scottbelsky) October 2, 2019