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    Here is a summary or excerpt from an article that has just been published on DPNow:

    Adobe revs up Creative Cloud for 2014 with emphasis on mobile devices



    Adobe's new 'Ink' and 'Slide' digital stylus and ruler for Apple iPads.

    Adobe has today announced its 2014 strategy for Creative Cloud, its suite of imaging, video document and publishing tools that, until last year, you could purchase outright as the Adobe Creative Suite. Adobe has revealed some interesting evolutionary improvements and additions to many old desktop favourites but clearly the emphasis is on serving what Adobe sees is a massive increase in the demand for increasingly powerful tools for use on mobile devices.

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    Re: Adobe's 2014 Creative Cloud strategy revealed

    It's a while since we debated Adobe CC here - anyone here signed up?

    Ian
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      Re: Adobe's 2014 Creative Cloud strategy revealed

      I signed up for the Photographer's bundle some time ago. It is just about affordable for a hobbyist and good value to keep Photoshop, Lightroom and Bridge together with a few other bits up to date without the annual update costs.

      If I was working it would be a bargain. I would not have to write my reasons for upgrading to the holders of the purse every time we needed an upgrade to keep up with our clients or to improve productivity within the team.

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        Re: Adobe's 2014 Creative Cloud strategy revealed

        PS. Although they claim to have revealed a strategy I can't see much difference from their traditional path of improvement and upgrade in the imaging area. Was there anything new in document and publishing areas?

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          Re: Adobe's 2014 Creative Cloud strategy revealed

          In case you were wondering, I asked for clarification of which iPads the Ink and Slide kit will be compatible with and and the answer is iPad (4th generation), iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPad Mini with Retina display.

          Ian
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            Re: Adobe's 2014 Creative Cloud strategy revealed

            Originally posted by Kurt View Post
            PS. Although they claim to have revealed a strategy I can't see much difference from their traditional path of improvement and upgrade in the imaging area. Was there anything new in document and publishing areas?
            Document and publishing is not really my area but much of the focus in this are is on iPad magazine publishing and the Web. There are some new applications, but as I said, not really my forté.

            Ian
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            Digital Photography Now (DPNow.com)
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            • #7
              Re: Adobe's 2014 Creative Cloud strategy revealed

              Well it was just a passing interest. Used to be my area before retiring, but now only really interested in the hobby aspect which is photography for me.

              Kurt

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