Creative professionals can wait for a full host of new features in their favorite Adobe CC app, not to mention brand new apps (like Hugh, Character Animator) and services (stock) at attractive Indian prices.
Adobe has announced new and updated 2015 versions of their Creative Cloud tools and services on desktops, including Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, Premier Pro CC and Indigenous CC. Not just desktop tools, the company has also released several mobile apps for iOS and Android. They have launched their new stock content service Adobe Stock which will integrate directly into creative tools and products. The company has announced plans to add more features to its enterprise offerings for administration, security, collaboration and publishing services.
The Creative Cloud 2015 release includes several upgrades to desktop applications where Photoshop CC introduces a new feature called CC Artboards that allows users to design a cross-device user experience inside Photoshop and preview them on a device. Both Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC have got a new feature called Dehaze that removes fog and mist in photos. The Premier Pro CC has a new feature called Lummetry Color Panel that claims powerful color correction capabilities through sliders and morph cuts that make it easier to find better interview content and have a seamless sequence. After Effects CC will now have uninterrupted previews so that artists do not have too many problems with playback during editing. Illustrator CC is apparently 10 times faster and 10 times more accurate than CS6. With Adobe’s Mercury Performance Engine, Indigenous CC will have faster zooming, scrolling and paging. Adobe Muse will give you access to premium fonts from Typekit.
Adobe has also released a number of mobile apps on Android, including Brush CC, Shape CC, Color CC and Photoshop Mix, and has launched apps such as Adobe Com CC, Photoshop Mix, Photoshop Sketch, Illustrator Draw, Brush CC, Shape CC and Color CC on the iPhone. And the iPad.
Finally, Adobe has launched their stock content service, Adobe Stock, which claims to create and create approximately 40 million photos, vector graphics and images directly accessible to users in CC applications and tools. Adobe Stock will be available in 36 countries and 13 languages and is expected to reach India in the near future. Adobe Stock will also be available to users who are not part of the Creative Cloud service, where they will be able to download, buy and sell stock photos.
Pricing for India
Updates to Creative Cloud services and mobile applications are already available to existing CC members at no extra cost. For individual users, Adobe CC is available in three flavors – Photoshop Pack (combining Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC) for 4 499 per month, any single app for 1000 1000 per month, and the full Adobe Creative Cloud app suite for 2, 2,700 per month. For month students and teachers, Adobe Creative Cloud is offering a particularly attractive access to the entire app suite for just 1000 1,000 per month. For more pricing details for business users and large enterprises, visit the Adobe CC pricing page.