The company is releasing a full-featured version of Photoshop that can run on Apple's iPads.
Adobe Premiere Rush has its own subscription plan and is also included with a Creative Cloud subscription for Adobe Premiere Pro. It's intelligent enough to automatically lower and raise the volume of music when speech is detected, and fully integrates with Premiere Pro for further editing.
Premiere Rush CC began life earlier this year as "Project Rush". Speaking of devices, Premiere Rush CC is now available on Windows, Mac, and iOS with Android availability slated sometime in 2019. There's also a Starter Plan to get, well, started, letting you create an unlimited number of projects but export only up to three of them.
It's a YouTuber's dream, retailing for $9.99 per month for individuals, $19.99 for teams, and $29.99 for enterprise.
That last one is a big deal as you'll be able to edit a PSD file on your laptop or PC and then continue on the iPad.
Adobe is confident that it can give the iPad version exactly the same tools as Photoshop on desktop computers, though for version 1.0 it's offering a smaller set of features simply to get the first version out there and shipping quickly. It combines raster graphics, vector drawing, and the Photoshop engine into a single application designed for artwork and illustration. The app will be synced with the desktop, meaning you can resume work on projects began on one with the other.
On stage at MAX 2018, Adobe executives demoed two new Adobe projects for the iPad called Photoshop CC and Project Gemini.
Kyle Webster, of KyleBrush.com, joined Adobe in 2017 to help build Gemini and act as an ambassador and advocate for the illustration community. "By continuing to innovate in our flagship apps, extending into exploding segments such as experience design and social video creation, and pioneering in emerging mediums like touch, voice, 3D and augmented reality, Adobe Creative Cloud has truly become the creativity platform for all".