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.
Photoshop maker Adobe today updated the mobile Creative Cloud app for iPhone and iPad with support for the new privacy-preserving Sign in with Apple feature.
I saw a really interesting app for my Mac the other day that I'd love to use. It looks cool and does useful things. What stopped me in my tracks, however, is that the developer priced the app as an annual subscription. Subscriptions for apps that don't need subscriptions have become so common that at this point, I practically consider it a selling point when a dev charges a one-time fee for a perpetual license.
Photoshop maker Adobe today announced that a smart subject selection feature powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning is now available in Photoshop for iPad, the app's second major feature addition since its launch at the Adobe MAX conference in November.
Photoshop maker Adobe today released an update to its mobile Lightroom app for iPhone and iPad that takes advantage of support for external storage devices in iOS 13 and iPadOS to enable users to directly import images into the app, bypassing the camera roll.
Photoshop for iPad is an impressive app in its own right, but some users weren't too pleased with the variety of missing features the app offered on day one. Which is why Adobe decided to take an "aggressive" approach to future updates.
Abode announced Thursday that its Iota DIY smart security system is finally HomeKit compatible. HomeKit is available as an update to the Iota system, enabling Iota users to control the system using the Apple Home app on the iPhone, and Siri on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and HomePod.
This week saw yet another point update from Apple to fix a problem, this time for an issue first introduced in late October. We also saw the release of an app we've been waiting for from Adobe for a year - one that's underwhelming many of us, it turns out. Apple surprised us with some welcome electronic health record integration; now if only the rest of the health care industry would catch up. Thoughts on all this stuff in this week's editor's desk roundup.
Faced with an average user review rating of 2.3 out of 5 stars for its Photoshop for iPad app on Apple's App Store, creative software maker Adobe has now admitted that it's indeed failed to properly distinguish between “real” and “full” Photoshop experience on the Apple tablet.
It's been a year since Adobe first previewed a version of Photoshop running on an iPad at its Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles, with a promise to release the app sometime in 2019. Now the software is available for download from the App Store. It's a free download, though unlocking and using it requires an active Creative Cloud subscription.
Adobe has updated is Creative Cloud mobile apps with access to more than 17,000 fonts. The fonts can be used on those mobile apps running on iOS 13.1 or later which support Adobe's custom font APIs. The announcement was made with a blog post on Adobe's web site.