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Adobe today released the
M1 versions of Illustrator, InDesign, and Lightroom Classic as part of an update to Creative Cloud, a new rollout bundle in the Quality of Life family optimized for many applications. Many applications will satisfy the average user. But the highlight of the news is the arrival of the M1-native version, which Adobe says offers a huge performance boost.

These new versions join the original M1 version of Photoshop and the newer Lightroom for mobile and cloud. Premiere Pro is also now available in beta. Although full versions of Audition and Rush are expected in the near future, Adobe recruited colleagues at Pfeiffer Consulting to compare Apple's

Silicon versions to sell those with the change, saying the M1 could run Creative applications. Cloud is up to 80 percent faster than similarly configured Intel systems.With a handful of small updates today, including custom brushes in Photoshop on iPad, Lightroom and Lightroom

Classic users can now use Super Resolution and have been able to set custom crop ratios in the past. Meanwhile, Photoshop Express gets better skin retouching and smoothing features. content-conscious treatment and caricature mode