Adobe has launched its Spark Post multimedia creation suite as the rebranded Creative Cloud Express which allows users to use drag-and-drop tools to create visual content like social media posts, banners, stories, flyers, and more.
Rebranded Adobe Spark Post launched as Adobe Creative Cloud Express
The Creative Cloud Express platform includes 20,000 fonts, 175 million royalty-free Adobe stock images, and thousands of templates and other content assets, machine learning-powered Quick Actions, and more. It is available on the web and as an app.
Creative Cloud Express will also include machine learning-powered “Quick Actions” that will allow users to easily trim videos, remove photo backgrounds, and convert clips into GIFs.
The app is available in a free tier that includes thousands of templates, fonts, and design assets, some royalty-free photos, 2GB of cloud storage, and basic editing tools. Users can also go for a $9.99 per month or $99.99 a year premium option for access to the full collection, Quick. Actions, and 100GB of cloud storage.
The Premium Plan also includes access to features from other Adobe apps including video capture and editing on mobile and desktop (Premiere Rush); combining photos and creating collages (Photoshop Express); video slideshows (Spark Video); and building web pages from text and images (Spark Page).
“Creative Cloud Express is perfect for people with no creative training,” said Scott Belsky, Adobe’s Creative Cloud chief. “But it’s also a great addition to the toolkit of creative professionals.”
While not targeted towards professionals, the app will definitely prove to be helpful for small business owners, social media managers, and any individual who does not want to deal with the learning curve of graphic design.
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