Adobe's "Cloud-Based Photo Editor" Project Nimbus Gets Leaked

Originally teased at its MAX conference in 2016.

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An internal version of the Adobe’s cloud-based simplified Lightroom-style photo editor was recently leaked. According to MacGeneration, an “Internal Only” version of the currently titled Project Nimbus was made available to a small number of Creative Cloud subscribers due to a technical glitch. Originally unveiled at the computer software developer’s MAX conference in 2016, the program simplifies complex photo editing features into easy to use tools. Focussing on a clean user experience, Nimbus will store photos and edits in the cloud, allowing for users to switch between desktop and mobile devices seamlessly. Additionally, the leak revealed that Nimbus users will be given 1TB of cloud storage with their software purchases. No official release date at the moment, but Adobe has noted that a beta version of Project Nimbus will be released sometime in 2017. Stay tuned for more details.

Also, learn how Adobe is preparing to no longer support or distribute Flash in three years.

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