Cloud technologies undoubtedly make our lives much easier. Many developers are starting to embrace them in order to advance and enhance their own products. Adobe Creative Cloud is a proof of that and one of the best examples of the cloud service done right.
Basically, Adobe Creative Cloud is a joined client for a set of applications developed by Adobe for Mac, PC, smartphones and tablets. These applications include Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Premiere Pro, plus many others. Adobe services like Adobe Stock, Typekit and Behance are also available.
Using Creative Cloud, you can quickly and efficiently download updates and fixes, as well as applications themselves. Moreover, the cloud-based structure allows you to sync your files between different devices so that you can access them from any place at any time thanks to Adobe CreativeSync. Which means that image editing gets a lot easier. You can share your projects, add to them or create something entirely new, when and how you want it.
The application itself is rather light, installs fast and works fine. The interface is simple and lets you access Adobe apps without jumping through the hoops. I haven't encountered any errors, and synchronization worked flawlessly. It's a very useful thing if you'd like to enjoy the working comforts. Adobe has finally become the one big creative center I needed, and that's as good a thing as I can imagine.