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Adobe integrates stock images directly into Creative Cloud desktop apps

15/06/2015

Alongside the annual round of updates to its Creative Cloud suite of desktop and mobile apps and services, Adobe has launched Adobe (...)
Alongside the annual round of updates to its Creative Cloud suite of desktop and mobile apps and services, Adobe has launched Adobe Stock, a new service that allows users to buy and sell stock images. The move is hardly surprising — it’s more like an evolution of the idea set in motion last December, when Adobe acquired the stock agency Fotolia. The Adobe Stock service is built right into Adobe desktop apps, such as Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and InDesign CC, so you can launch a search, add images to your Creative Cloud libraries, and get instant access to your assets across… This story continues at The Next Web Alongside the annual round of updates to its Creative Cloud suite of desktop and mobile apps and services, Adobe has launched Adobe Stock, a new service that allows users to buy and sell stock images. The move is hardly surprising — it’s more like an evolution of the idea set in motion last December, when Adobe acquired the stock agency Fotolia. The Adobe Stock service is built right into Adobe desktop apps, such as Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and InDesign CC, so you can launch a search, add images to your Creative Cloud libraries, and get instant access to your assets across… This story continues at The Next Web
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