Adobe has accidentally leaked its upcoming photo-editing app for beginners. It has provided us with a slight hint of it wants to modify our pictures.
At the company’s MAX Conference 2016, it announced that it was working on Project Nimbus, a photo-editing app that is developed for beginners. The app includes simple tools and cloud storage as well. The team at MacGeneration noted that Adobe has launched it earlier to some Creative Cloud users on Mac.
The toolkit in the app is somewhat inspired from Lightroom, but Nimbus is a bit well-organized so it might be easier for novices to get started. What really makes Nimbus a standout is its feature of cloud storage. Users can sync their photo gallery and their edits across devices, and store approx 1TB of files in the cloud.
Nimbus has some exclusives as well. The app will let the search for images through natural language queries. And it will also give chance to flag and rate images as users would in Lightroom.
It’s still unclear why Abode would need a new photo-editing app. It seems like it wants to offer an ‘easy version’ of its Lightroom. In any case, the leaking of the app means that we are getting close to its official launch and ambiguities will definitely clear up then.