Adobe’s Creative Cloud desktop application, known to be only a drop-down tab for downloading and refreshing Adobe apps, is getting transformed into an assets library. The new desktop experience will include tutorials for all applications in a single central unit. It essentially resembles the current Creative Cloud website, yet now in a desktop work area application structure.
The application works practically the same, however it’s been constructed into a full-screen environment. Adobe intends to make it a one-stop hub for everything Creative Cloud, so clients can get to it at whatever point they have to update applications, or to discover resources like brushes, text styles, and stock pictures. Creative Cloud Libraries let clients get access to resources from anyplace (a significant feature as the organization keeps releasing iPad and Android applications like Fresco) and share those libraries with partners.
It’s a bit baffling that the Creative Cloud application hasn’t been a full-screen work area experience all this while. With Adobe building up the upcoming Photoshop on iPad and the AR application Project Aero, it makes sense to create a united creative center for the rapid increasing number of Adobe applications.
The remodel began rolling out in France and Germany yesterday, Japan today, and will roll out across the globe to the US and different areas the succeeding week. You can get more information about the redesign at Adobe’s blog here.