Today, Adobe rolled out a wide range of updates to virtually all of its Creative Cloud apps. A number of new features are added to Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, Lightroom, InDesign, After Effects, and more. Still, the biggest release isn't an update, and even not an application, it's a completely new service, called Adobe Stock.
Adobe Stock represents a stock image service based on the company's acquisition of Fotolia, the stock content market place, which was closed several months ago. Adobe hopes the new service will gain the lead in the stock imagery world, and that has all chances to come true. For now, the service features 40 million pieces of content that comprise photos, graphics, and illustrations; while Adobe is planning to expand it to video and other multimedia formats as well. Adobe Stock comes with deep integration into the latest releases of Creative Cloud tools and is available in 13 languages and 36 countries.
You will be able to get the Stock content for $9.99 a piece or subscribe to one of the two offers: $49.99 per month for 10 pictures or $199.99 for 750 pieces.