The upcoming vector-drawing app Illustrator from Photoshop maker Adobe is now available to pre-order on the App Store ahead of its scheduled arrival on Wednesday, October 21.
Photoshop maker Adobe today released a nicely done commercial for its ubiquitous Photoshop image editor. Dubbed “Fantastic Voyage,” the 60-second commercial invites the viewer to “come along on our fantastic voyage thanks to the magic of imagination.”
While software updates are typically designed to add good things, sometimes bad things happen. That's certainly the case with the latest update for Lightroom for iOS.
Photoshop maker Adobe has confirmed that its upcoming MAX 2020 creativity conference will take place virtually due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Supporting a creative renaissance happening as people are increasingly spending more time working from home because of the coronavirus epidemic, Photoshop maker Adobe today announced new products and features across many of its Creative Cloud offerings.
Having spent months in limited preview since last November, Adobe's new Photoshop Camera for iPhone and iPod touch is now available to download in the App Store free of charge, with an optional $2 per month upgrade for twenty gigabytes of cloud storage for syncing your shots.
A security researcher has discovered a trio of security flaws in Adobe's Acrobat Reader software that can allow root privilege access. But there's good news.
Photoshop maker Adobe today announced that customers can now take advantage of a new iPad software bundle that combines the image editor Photoshop and the drawing and painting app Fresco in exchange for a new price of just ten bucks per month.
Following last year's release of Photoshop for iPad, Adobe is planning to release Illustrator for iPad in 2020, and now the company is starting to invite people to help it beta-test the app.
Today marks Photoshop’s thirtieth birthday. To celebrate the anniversary, its maker Adobe released updates to both the desktop and iPad apps.
Adobe today updated Lightroom for iOS, Lightroom for macOS and Lightroom Classic with new features like support for Split View multitasking. It also shared what's in store across 2020.
Apple's latest Safari Technology Preview has dropped support for Flash, signaling that support for Adobe's technology will likely be removed from Safari's next stable version.