What’s New in Creative Cloud – Keep Track of Continuing Updates
2023-03-01 – Consolidated Photoshop & Illustrator entries as desktop & iPad versions are referenced on the same page on Adobe.com
2022-11-12 – Added Substance 3D Modeler, and updated product links to reflect changes on Adobe.com
2021-12-30 – Updated Spark to reflect new branding Creative Cloud Express.
2021-10-17 – Added new section highlighting Adobe tools that are NOT part of Creative Cloud.
2021-08-30 – Added InCopy to applications list. Moved Dimension to archived list.
2020-10-30 – Added Illustrator iPad to applications list.
2020-06-17 – Added Spark, and Substance 3D tools to applications list.
2019-11-01 – Added Fresco, Aero, and Photoshop iPad to applications list.
2019-01-24 – Updated URL for Kyle Webster brushes, and added how to install reference link.
A primary benefit of Creative Cloud is the ongoing feature releases for desktop apps. It can be tough keeping up with every release so I’ve provided a list of popular CC apps with links to their “What’s New” feature timeline. Be sure to bookmark this page as I continually update it with new app releases, and changes to the permanent links on Adobe.com.
===== CURRENT APPLICATIONS =====
The following applications are sorted by general category. I realize Photoshop can be used for drawing, Dimension can be used for compositing, etc. As the Adobe app portfolio continues to grow on desktop and mobile readers have found one long list of apps hard to decipher.
===== NOT INCLUDED WITH CREATIVE CLOUD =====
The following applications are not included with a Creative Cloud subscription.
===== ARCHIVED APPLICATIONS =====
The following applications are EOL (end of life). You may continue to use, but there is no ongoing support.