Exactly what Adobe will be presenting from 4th to 8th May in Los Angeles is still a bit of a mystery, but we know for sure that there will be a version of the Apple App Store called Exchange.
In what seems to be a classic case of cut-n-paste [Clone Tool, surely – Ed] Adobe will be firing off the full launch of its application sharing system called Exchange (not to be confused with Microsoft’s legendary email system.
Our source at Adobe said, “Adobe MAX is where we will formally launch Adobe Exchange and show how it is being integrated into Creative Cloud. For any user of Adobe’s creative apps Exchange will bring lots of great new add-ons to make your experience of those applications so much better. What you may not know is how easy it is to create products and content for Adobe Exchange. Anyone can do it and you do not need to do any coding. You can offer free, paid and even private products. Adobe Exchange will let you get products and content in front of millions of users, or just the ones you want if you share privately”.
Originally, we had hoped that Lightroom 5 might be showcased at Adobe MAX 2013, but it now seems that it won’t come through until closer to the end of the year – with Creative Suite 7 due around 12 months from now – in time for Adobe MAX 2014.
So, for those of you interested in the best that Adobe has to offer right here, right now, we can provide you with a special PROMO CODE that will give you $400 off the price of Adobe MAX st the start of May. When booking, simply use INT2013 over here.
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