Adobe New Update for Creative Cloud Brings in New Tools, App

June 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe’s yearly update of its cloud-based editing services has now been announced.

What it brings in is a set of new tools for Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator, Premiere Pro along with other apps, and also the Adobe Stock feature to the frontline, with over 40 million images contained in it.

The one that brings a benefit for all its Creative Cloud services is the improved performance Adobe will be conceiving with the updated Mercury engine.


Faster processing speed and interface transitions can be expected across all the features including Illustrator and Photoshop.

Apart from the performance upgrades, Adobe will also be rolling out specific tool upgrades to each of the apps.

New Artboards will be featured in Photoshop tool, with another big addition being the Dehaze filter.

Users can also tweak the noise settings to reduce the blur in images, and also can adjust the filler images when making a content-aware move.

Illustrator update includes a new Chart interface that lets you fill the presets with custom-made charts and designs. Plus, the new zoom will allow you to magnify images ten times bigger than it was with the previous editions. The new update also ensures that Illustrator now be granted with an Autosave feature.

As with the updates for InDesign, users could now insert images into cells, and could also publish their designs with just a single click. There are also some minor updates rolled out to DreamWaver, Muse and Flash Pro.

Besides these updates, Adobe has also made way for some of its apps to the Android, which includes Hue, Brush, Shape, Color and Photoshop Mix.

A new app called Adobe Preview CC app will also be making the debut on iOS devices and will let users have a preview of mobile web designs.

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