Photoshop, Illustrator gets Retina Display support
Graphic artists use two highly profiled programs and those are illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. These two programs now support Apple high resolution retina displays. This feature is offered to iPads, MacBook Pros, and iPhones. The retina display makes use of minute pixels that are small enough that cannot be seen by human eyes. It is primarily used in removing pixilated objects from letters and photos. This is a premium service so you have to pay in order to use the service.
Illustrator as well as Photoshop are now included in the list of Creative Cloud subscribers. Those designers who have Macs can definitely benefit from it. Adobe said that retina also supports traditional perpetual license customers. Adobe will discuss this further at the Creative Cloud news today at exactly 10AM.
CNET conducted a survey and it did reveal that Creative Cloud has frosty reception. If the customers won’t pay, then most likely Adobe software will be stopped. If the customers continue to pay for the service, then they will be able to access the whole Adobe software library as well as other online-related services. If the customer does not want to subscribe to a full year commitment, then the customer needs to pay $75/month. The company is offering a $30 promotion though.