Adobe Creative Cloud 2014: Updates to Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, Muse CC, Dreamweaver CC, Flash Pro CC, After Effects CC, Premiere Pro CC & more Adobe has released new versions of all of its Creative Cloud tools, plus free apps, iPad accessories and more. By Neil Bennett | on June 18, 2014 Share Share Read next Adobe Sketch and Line iPad apps review 5 ways Adobe Stock will revolutionise your motion graphics work Updated: Adobe's Ink and Slide for the iPad finally available in the UK How to create the perfect 3D, VFX or games art showreel Does Photoshop Mix show the future of Adobe's creative apps? 86 Best Photoshop tutorials Comments Neil Bennett said: Adobe has now confirmed that the Creative Market stock library is to be launched in the future and will contain vectors and templates, but not photos. Neil Bennett said: Adobe has now confirmed that the Creative Market stock library is to be launched in the future will contain vectors and templates, but not photos. Carol Christopher said: the introduction of a stock photo and vector library that’s free to Creative Cloud subscribers scott05 said: The worst update experience I have ever been through. So far I've been down unable to work for 2 days. I'd wait a couple of months before they get things straightened out. All your old extensions will not work with 2014, with the exception of Kuler (worthless). Now I have to get everything working again with the CC versions.Not happy with Adobe right now. Umar Farooq said: It's an awesome software great update by Adobe (Y)http://www.urducurator.blogspo... Trevor White said: I've already ditched Photoshop for other programs, which have already turned out to be much better products for what I do. Still using an old version of Illustrator, but I have little desire to "upgrade" and be locked into Adobe's subscription service. Matt said: Is there a link to more information about this, can't find anything about it within CC: "the introduction of a stock photo and vector library that’s free to Creative Cloud subscribers"