Flash Player is notorious for a variety of reasons, especially in light of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs’s thoughts on the software dating way back to 2010.
Adobe’s Lightroom and Facebook’s Messenger might not be similar in scope or functionality, but both companies’ apps can now tout support for 3D Touch.
Adobe to rebrand Flash Professional to Animate CC; vindicates Apple’s stand not to allow Flash on iOS devices
Proving Steve Jobs was right, Adobe today announced that it is rebranding its Flash Professional CC app to Animate CC. The rebranding will take place with the next release of the app scheduled for early 2016.
Now that Apple has finally provided an official launch date for the iPad Pro, Adobe couldn’t wait to post a video showcasing creative professionals getting their hands (and the Apple Pencil) on the new tablet.
Apple has begun blocking old and unsafe Flash plugins in Safari for Mac OS X. The move comes after yet another critical vulnerability was discovered in Adobe’s platform last week.
Adobe confirms ‘critical’ vulnerability in latest version of Flash Player; fix coming week of October 19
For Mac users out there that have Adobe’s Flash Player installed on their machine, the company has recently posted a security notice regarding the latest version of the player.
Adobe today launched Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 14, its new image and video editing suites. Both applications bring new features, while Premiere Elements 14 now supports 4K video.
On Tuesday, June 16, Adobe announced a couple of big changes for its Creative Cloud suite of apps, including a brand new addition to the mix.
In February 2013, Adobe officially launched a Photoshop app for iOS, but apparently dusk is setting on the app as Adobe refocuses its attention.