On the opening day of its two-day Adobe Max 2018 occasion on Monday, Adobe declared some real updates to its huge number of items including Photoshop CC, Premiere Pro CC, Adobe XD, and that's only the tip of the iceberg.
Adobe has made a decision to expand Photoshop's reach beyond traditional computing platforms.
At its Adobe Max Creativity Conference, Adobe said that it will release a version of Photoshop for the iPad with the same "power and precision" as the desktop version. You can also subscribe to a Creative Cloud All Apps plan which costs $39.99/month. This application "integrates capture, intuitive editing, simplified color, audio and motion graphics with seamless publishing to leading social platforms", so amateur digital creators can publish professional-looking photo and video. Additionally, the PSD files you edit on your desktop can be brought forward and further manipulated on your iPad as well.
Adobe is known for its annual product updates, and each update comes with new features. But the recent announcement by Adobe has revealed that this video editing software will now be available over a mobile.
It's going to start with the iPad, but Adobe is planning to include other operating systems and computing devices as soon as the technology is ready.
The good news is, there is a free Starter plan that you can download and install with access to all Premiere Rush CC features, but you can only export up to three projects. The monthly price for an individual for the Premiere Rush subscription is $9.99, while the Premiere Pro subscription is $20.99 per month. Premiere Rush is also included in the All Apps, Student, and Premiere Pro CC single app plans along with 100GB of CC storage.
With Rush, Adobe is combining parts of its existing editing tools and pushing them into one mobile and desktop experience with everything syncing through the cloud.