What you need to know
- Adobe has launched its new version of the Creative Cloud desktop app
- Features new design and organization tools.
- You can now manage your libraries inside of the launcher.
Adobe is today launching the new version of its Creative Cloud desktop app (opens in new tab) for macOS and Windows. The overhaul features an updated interface and new organization to allow easier access to all your apps, updates and your files.
The release for the launch from Adobe (opens in new tab) says:
Alongside a brand new user interface are some exciting new features. The desktop app will organize all of your installed apps so you can easily see which ones are installed, which ones need updating and which ones are included in your subscription. You can also browse by app type (desktop, mobile, web) or by category.
All of Adobe's Creative Cloud tutorials and resources have now been consolidated into the desktop app, and can be accessed via the Tutorials hub .
There's a new full screen library management view, so that you can manage and organise your Libraries of fonts, colors, images, logos, brushes, templates etc. Adobe users have been clamouring for a way to access Libraries with a full screen view, and now you can manage and share all of your assets inside of the desktop app.
Finally, there's a new powerful built-in search engine, which lets you search across the Creative Cloud to find anything you can imagine, from apps, tutorials, forum posts, images, fonts and more.
The launch of the new and improved desktop app will take place today, and all users should have it by the end of the week. Check out the video tour of the new desktop app below:
Stephen Warwick has written about Apple for five years at iMore and previously elsewhere. He covers all of iMore's latest breaking news regarding all of Apple's products and services, both hardware and software. Stephen has interviewed industry experts in a range of fields including finance, litigation, security, and more. He also specializes in curating and reviewing audio hardware and has experience beyond journalism in sound engineering, production, and design.
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Now this is somewhat exciting... The old app sucked.
But does it support dark mode?
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