back to article On the edge of its seats: Cloud rains down even more cash on Adobe

Adobe, the maker of reassuringly expensive software for creative types that have limited tech alternatives, has again wrapped up another quarter of double-digit jumps in both the top and bottom lines. cloud killer Adobe kills Creative Suite – all future features online only READ MORE For the three months ended 31 August – …

  1. macjules Silver badge

    Err ...

    In May, Adobe bought e-commerce services provider Magenta for $1.68bn

    Unless they really did buy the colour Magenta, it should perhaps be Magento?

  2. 89724102172714182892114I7551670349743096734346773478647892349863592355648544996312855148587659264921 Bronze badge

    Microsoft take note: Photoshop is genuinely useful software, not a gigantic advertising trojan masquerading as an OS which provides half-arsed, ill thought out gimmicks every so often, delivered without user request or interest.

    1. LDS Silver badge

      "not a gigantic advertising trojan masquerading"

      Just wait. Did you read where the other Adobe's revenues are from? "Analytics Cloud, Marketing Cloud and Advertising Cloud".

      Lightroom is already tentatively moving to a cloud-only solution, where your images are probably analyzed to extract useful marketing data. If it works, expect other applications to follow...

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