Adobe brings new Creative Cloud apps to M1 Macs and the web

By | October 27, 2021


Enlarge / The somewhat inscrutable branding for Adobe’s MAX conference. (credit: Adobe)

Today is the first day of Adobe Max 2021, the software-as-a-service company’s annual conference where it announces major features for Creative Cloud products like Photoshop.

This year’s event kicked off with announcements of several new features for Creative Cloud’s various iPad apps, two more applications running natively on Apple Silicon Macs, and new web versions of some apps, among other things.

Adobe said it is adding or improving AI-driven tools across the suite, including an updated Object Selection Tool for Photoshop on Desktop. And some AI tools previously seen in Photoshop, like the Sky Replacement tool, are headed to Lightroom on Mac, iPad, and iPhone for the first time.

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