Adobe brings a host of improvements to several Creative Cloud apps

Photoshop on Surface
Photoshop on Surface (Image credit: Windows Central)

Adobe has updated a number of its Creative Cloud apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and the XD Preview. The updates range from powerful new tools to smaller changes that nonetheless improve the user experience with a given app.

Photoshop has received a number of enhancements (opens in new tab) with this update, starting with content-aware Crop, which eliminates image gaps created when using the Crop tool. Face-aware Liquify automatically detects faces, making it easier to adjust facial features. Finally Match Font can scan images, recognize text, and identifies matching or similar fonts.

Premiere Pro and After Effects have each seen some changes as well. Premiere Pro has added some new virtual reality features, while After Effects has added the Character Animator, which matches an actor's voice work with a character's speech and movements.

Updates have also been made to the Adobe Stock images app. Stock has added a new premium image collection and a "one-click" workflow.

You can downloaded these updates through Adobe's Creative Cloud app right now.

3 Comments
  • The guided cropping seems useful
  • All updates were good with the exception of Lightroom. Since the update Lightroom is running very slow.
  • I haven't done it yet, is it just making updates to the library or is it continually slow? I may hold off