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Technology Adobe is redesigning Creative Cloud’s desktop app as a hub for tools and assets

16:25  10 october  2019
16:25  10 october  2019 Source:   theverge.com

Adobe Fresco brings the joy of painting to the iPad

Adobe Fresco brings the joy of painting to the iPad Oil paints and watercolors are more realistic than ever

Adobe ’ s Creative Cloud desktop app , once just a drop-down tab for downloading and updating Adobe apps , is getting turned into an assets library. The new desktop experience will feature tutorials for all apps in one hub . It basically looks like the current Creative Cloud website, but now in a

Creative Cloud for desktop is a great place to start any creative project. Quickly launch and update your desktop apps ; manage and share your assets stored in Creative Cloud ; download fonts from Adobe Typekit or high-quality royalty-free assets right within the app ; and showcase and discover

Adobe’s Creative Cloud desktop app, once just a drop-down tab for downloading and updating Adobe apps, is getting turned into an assets library. The new desktop experience will feature tutorials for all apps in one hub. It basically looks like the current Creative Cloud website, but now in a desktop app form.

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The app works pretty much the same, but it’s been organized into a full-screen experience. Adobe wants it to be a one-stop shop for everything Creative Cloud, so users can access it whenever they need to update apps, or to find assets like brushes, fonts, and stock images. Creative Cloud Libraries let users access assets from anywhere (an important feature as the company continues releasing iPad and Android apps like Fresco) and share those libraries with teammates.

Adobes Fresco brings realistic painting to the iPad

Adobes Fresco brings realistic painting to the iPad Adobe has a second major app release for designers coming this year. Sure, Photoshop for the iPad is going to get most of the attention, but for illustrators and designers who dabble in digital drawing or painting, Adobe Fresco could be the real game-changer. In addition to syncing with your Creative Cloud workflow across desktop versions of Photoshop, Illustrator and more, Fresco's marquee feature makes digital painting with watercolors and oils a lot more realistic. Gone are the days when hardness, opacity and a few other parameters are the only variables you can control when painting in Photoshop.

If you are facing issues while downloading Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app , try the steps in this article. Applies to: Adobe Creative Cloud .

The Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app is your central location for managing the dozens of apps and services that are included in your Creative Cloud membership. You can also sync and share files, manage thousands of fonts, access libraries of stock photography and design assets , and showcase

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It’s a little surprising that the Creative Cloud app wasn’t a full-screen desktop experience before. With Adobe developing the upcoming Photoshop on iPad and the AR app Project Aero, it makes sense to create a consolidated creative hub for the ever-growing number of Adobe apps.

The redesign starts rolling out in France and Germany today, Japan tomorrow, and will roll out globally to the US and other regions the following week. You can read more about the redesign at Adobe’s blog here.

Photoshop for iPad Nearing Launch With Some Key Features Missing .
Early testers have been disappointed by the ‘rudimentary’ state of the iPad version of Adobe’s photo app.The San Jose, California-based company will hold its annual creative software conference, Max, in early November in Los Angeles and will provide an update on Photoshop for iPad at that time. The mobile app, which was announced to much fanfare and anticipation at the conference in 2018, is still on track to reach consumers by the end of this year, Scott Belsky, chief product officer of Adobe’s Creative Cloud division, said in an interview. The company hasn’t provided an official update on the software launch since last year.

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