Creative Cloud Released to the Public
Adobe has released the much talked about and somewhat controversial Creative Cloud upgrades to its software suite. The applications are available now to current subscribers. To upgrade just launch Adobe's application manager, which starts the process by updating itself. The new application manager is really nice. It sits in your menu bar and is much nicer that the old Air derived one.
Once you re-sign in you can go ahead and download the new apps. It should be noted that the upgraded Photoshop,Illustrator and so on are brand new applications, not updates, so you will need to download and install the full new versions. This also means that your old versions will stick around until you remove them.
There's lots of new stuff in the Applications, but I'm most curious to see how some of the new features in Photoshop CC work, in particular the new camera shake reduction, and the ability to run camera raw as a filter on any layer. I'll have a detailed report on these once I've had a chance to play with them.
For more details of what's in this release head on over to Adobe's creative Cloud Website.