Users can access desktop and tablet apps, essential creative services, and share work
Adobe Systems has introduced Adobe Creative Cloud, a new initiative that the company says will redefine the content creation process.
Adobe Creative Cloud will become the focal point for creativity, where people can access desktop and tablet applications, essential creative services, and share their best work, the company said.
Adobe Creative Cloud will become the hub for viewing, sharing and syncing of files created by Adobe Touch Apps and Adobe Creative Suite, and includes 20GB of cloud storage.
By early 2012, Adobe Creative Cloud is expected to include applications, the portfolio of Adobe Creative Suite tools as well as the six Adobe Touch Apps.
The offering will also include desktop tools such as Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Premiere Pro, After Effects and innovative new tools such as Adobe Edge and Muse.
It will also offer key Adobe Digital Publishing Suite technologies for delivering interactive publications on tablets; a tier of Adobe Business Catalyst, for building and managing websites; and new design services.
With the new tool, creative people will be able to present and share their work and ideas with peers around the world, and have a forum for feedback and inspiration that will foster connections between them.