It seems that almost every tech corporation lately decided to jump on the cloud train and announce their respective Cloud solution. Adobe did the same earlier this week, announcing the Adobe Creative Cloud (launching in early 2012) – it was designed with the idea to change the process of content creation, storage, and of course sharing.
According to Venturebeat “Creative Cloud members will be able to sync, collaborate, get feedback and share work they create with Adobe software, including its six new mobile Touch Apps, the various Adobe Creative Suite applications, and its HTML web design tool Muse (currently in beta). A subscription will come with 20GB of remote storage.”
The Creative Cloud focuses on three parts:
- Application – accessing the Creative Suite tools (like Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator ,Dreamweaver), as well as the six Adobe Touch Apps and Adobe Edge and Muse.
- Services – technologies for delivering interactive publications on tablets, for building and managing websites, and use of cloud-based fonts.
- Community – give an option for creative people to share their work and ideas with peers and receive feedback and inspiration.
Pricing will be announced in November but it sounds great.