Adobe accidentally leaked a cloud based picture editor, Mac software Project Nimbus, to some Adobe Creative Cloud service users. According to MacGeneration, a French web site, Nimbus users will have 1 TB of cloud storage compared to the 20 GB cloud sync space provided by the Adobe Creative Cloud service.
And before the accidental disclosure of the Nimbus application download was deleted, the site also retained some screenshots about the software interface. The Adobe has also formally confirmed the truth of the leak.
It is said that Nimbus is similar in some ways to the iPad version of Lightroom, providing some organizational management functions, especially automatic keyword annotation based on image analysis. Since the software provides a simple centralized interface and does not have a separate module, it can not completely replace the desktop version of Lightroom.
Adobe first launched in November 2016 this Mac software, originally scheduled to release the software version of Beta at the end of this year. Photos application of this concept and the apple Nimbus MacOS and iOS iCloud are similar, can automatically synchronize the edited photos, different is Photos application is free and Nimbus monthly minimum price of $9.99.