Adobe® Creative Cloud™ allows you to download, install, and update apps. You can also sync files and fonts, and showcase and discover creative work on Behance.
Install and update apps
Download, install, and update your Creative Cloud apps. Discover new Creative Cloud apps and install them on your computer. You can browse apps by popularity and design segments.
Click the Apps panel. Recently installed apps on your computer appear at the top of the panel. The list may include previously installed CS6 versions.
Scroll down to find new apps. You can also filter by category to find apps that you need.
Click Install or Update.
To launch an app after installing, go to your Applications directory (Mac OS) or Program Files folder (Windows) on your computer and launch directly or add app to Dock (Mac OS) or Taskbar (Windows).
For more information on installing CC or CS6 apps, see Install Apps.
The apps, for example Photoshop, Illustrator, are downloaded and installed on your computer. You need to launch them from your computer. For detailed instructions, see Launch Creative Cloud apps.
Share and discover work on Behance
Showcase & discover creative work on Behance. As a member, you can create a portfolio of your work and broadcast it widely and efficiently. Or, explore the latest creative work on a global scale by browsing featured or popular work across fields.
Login or sign up to access your Behance Activity Feed, Portfolio, and Share & Discover New Work. If you already have an account, you'll be prompted to log in. If you don't have an account already, signup is quick and easy.
Or, even without a Behance account, you can explore Featured Projects and Works-in-Progress from within the panel.
The Activity Stream on the Home panel contains your interactions with Creative Cloud. Events and activities, such as new app availability, updates, and installation status are displayed here.
To specify your preferences for the content in the activity feed, Choose Settings () > Preferences and then specify the Show/Hide Notifications settings in each tab.
Sync files from your computer to Creative Cloud and access them from anywhere. Files are instantly available on all your connected devices, computers, and on your Creative Cloud Files page. To sync files, download and install Creative Cloud app for desktop on all computers.
Sync Files is currently being rolled out in small batches to Creative Cloud members. Sign up for the Early Access program to access this feature.
To sync files, do one of the following:
Copy, paste, or move files to the Creative Cloud Files directory on your computer
In an app, choose File > Save or File > Save As and navigate to the Creative Cloud Files directory on your computer.
The original files are always on your computer or device. Files are synced via Creative Cloud to all connected devices.
You can view your files online on the Creative Cloud Files page. Once the files are synced, you don't need to be online and you can view them from the Creative Cloud Files directory or folder on your computer.
For information to work with files uploaded on Creative Cloud, see Manage files.
Choose a typeface from one of Typekit's many foundry partners and sync it to your desktop with Creative Cloud. Synced fonts are available for use in all Creative Cloud apps and other desktop software.
You must have a paid Creative Cloud membership or an eligible Typekit account to sync fonts to your desktop computer.
The Fonts panel displays fonts synced to your computer. To sync fonts, do the following:
In Creative Cloud app for desktop, click the Fonts panel.
Click Browse Fonts on Typekit. A Typekit window opens in your browser.
In the Typekit window, move your mouse over a font card and click + Use Fonts.
Select the fonts from the selected family and click Sync Selected Fonts.
Creative Cloud desktop app is installed automatically when you download a product. If you already have Adobe Application Manager installed, it will auto-update itself to the new Creative Cloud desktop app.