Adobe accidentally releases its cloud based photo editor, Nimbus

By : |July 26, 2017 0

At the Adobe Max conference last year, the company announced Project Nimbus- a cloud based photo editing service that gives you control over your pictures from any device connected to the Internet. Now it seems that the full release could be close, as Adobe accidentally leaked a working version of it.

User grab of the leaked Adobe Project Nimbus
Adobe’s Project Nimbus is an app that simplifies the complex interface of a Lightroom. According to  French site MacGeneration, the app was mistakenly made available to Creative Cloud users. The error was caught and rectified soon by Adobe, but not before users took screenshots of it.

Adobe summarizes Nimbus in three points:

  • Cloud-native: Not just the images, but also the modifications made to them are stored in the cloud;
  • Non-destructive workflow: RAWs are supported and any changes made to any device can be undone;
  • Focus on the experience: a neat user experience.

According to the screenshots, Adobe’s upcoming app seems to have a non-destructive workflow, letting you edit your images without worrying about losing the initial image. The interface is closer to the iPad version of Lightroom, reports MacGeneration, and seems to includes 1TB of cloud storage — quite a bit more than the standard 20GB that current Creative Cloud users have access to.

Even though Adobe withdrew the app quickly, we still expect a beta version to be available to Creative Cloud members this year.

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