Creative Cloud update adds 3D printing to Photoshop, much more

Adobe has updated its Creative Cloud software for OS X and Windows, bringing forth updates to its Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign applications in the process. The updates are available for download for current Creative Cloud subscribers, according to a new blog post:

New 3D printing capabilities in Adobe Photoshop CC tap into the creative and commercial possibilities of 3D printing with the ability to reliably build, refine, preview, prepare and print 3D designs using familiar Photoshop tools.

That's not all. Photoshop sports hundreds of other bug fixes and a few enhancements. What's more, Illustrator has added new Live Corners controls, the Pencil tool has been rebuilt, and Path Segment Reshape has been added to help you quickly modify objects. InDesign adds support for the EPUB 3.0 specification along with simplified hyperlinking.

Adobe's transition from selling monolithic Creative Suite upgrades every few years to the Creative Cloud subscription model has had its detractors, but the company is making good on its promise to continually role out new features instead of waiting years.