At the Adobe MAX: The Creativity Conference (opens in new tab), Adobe unveiled a new family of mobile apps and enhanced Creative Cloud desktop tools that enable access from anywhere:
- New and enhanced mobile apps extend CC desktop capabilities to mobile devices. For example, new apps Adobe Shape CC and Adobe Brush CC enable creatives to capture real-world shapes and textures and then uses them as vector objects and brushes. And, new Premiere Clip brings advanced editing tools to iPhone and iPad video. The three new apps are built on the Creative SDK (opens in new tab), now available publicly as a free SDK for third-party developers.
- The new Creative Profile bridges desktop and mobile apps, to offer access to files, photos, colors, brushes and more from anywhere. Creative Cloud Market and Creative Cloud Libraries streamline accessibility to files, patterns, colors, brushes and more across desktop and mobile projects. Creative Cloud Extract, new to Photoshop CC, allows Web designers and developers to share and unlock design information from a PSD file (such as colors, fonts and CSS) to use when coding mobile and desktop designs.
- Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC now offer support for touch-enabled Microsoft Windows 8 devices, such as the Surface Pro 3.
- Adobe Behance (opens in new tab)receives a new Creative Talent Search service, connecting creatives with job opportunities based on portfolio work.