Adobe CS6 development almost over, Public Beta to launch soon
A new report suggests that Adobe is nearly complete with its Creativity Suite 6 (CS6) development as the public beta program is rapidly approaching. Adobe CS6 is expected to be a major release compared to CS5, due to a new interface change and numerous new enhancements.
As 9to5mac reports, Adobe is nearly complete with its CS6 development and the Public Beta program is coming up very soon. Adobe has been working on CS6 since last year, which includes applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, InDesign, Flash, After Affects, and more. CS6 is expected to be a major release compared to CS5, with the inclusion of several new enhancements such as a new interface, improved content-aware pixel manipulation, integration with Adobe’s cloud services, improved 3D editing, layer filtering, file searching, and more. During the development period, Adobe allowed certain private test groups to play with an early Beta of CS6, and now Adobe plans on making a Public Beta available very soon. Of course, the Public Beta will be a feature complete release.
Adobe has also focused on its users by listening to what they wanted. In a new “sneak peek” video, Adobe states, “Thank you for your feedback and please keep them coming.” Users can submit suggestions and feature requests to Adobe by visiting the Photoshop CS6 feedback website.
You can take a look at all the Sneak Peek videos of Photoshop CS6. Photoshop CS6 is set for release around May of 2012.Further reading: Adobe, beta