February 13, 2015 Last Updated 10:35 am

InDesign update adds Creative Cloud Libraries; ESPN adds iPad to iOS app

Update will allow ID users to share assets across both desktop and mobile applications

Today Adobe updated InDesign CC 2014 to add Creative Cloud Libraries support. Creative Cloud members will find the update along side one for Dreamweaver.

The update allows seamless workflow for managing, sharing and accessing assets with Photoshop CC 2014, Illustrator CC 2014 and Adobe’s supported mobile apps Adobe Shape CC and Adobe Brush CC.

ID-updateCreative Cloud Libraries were first introduce at Adobe MAX in October of last year for Photoshop CC 2014 and Illustrator CC 2014. The feature enables CC members to sync type styles, textures, colors, images and more across across their applications.

“No more having assets on the wrong computer or scrambling to find the latest version of a graphic. CC Libraries means knowing exactly where creative assets are. Always,” wrote Sue Garibaldi ont eh Adobe Creative Cloud blog.

“It also means the ability to share assets with an entire creative team, between ID files, and across InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator CC.”

ESPN has updated its iOS app which used to be called SportsCenter and is now simply ESPN. The update finally brings the app to the iPad.

ESPN-iPadWhat’s New in Version 4.2

  • NEW: Support for iPad! The app takes advantage of the iPad’s gorgeous screen to show you scores and news at the same time. Your favorite teams follow you throughout the app. Simply tap the team icons in the lower right for quick access.
  • NEW: The ESPN App now looks beautiful on your iPhone 6 & 6+.
  • We pulled a Puff Daddy and changed the name. Say hello to the ESPN App.
  • Introducing ESPN Now. Swipe right from the news section to access up to-the-minute ESPN photos, videos and social media content.
  • Cricket World Cup support, including video clips and scores.
  • Like Lebron, we took some time off in Miami to speed things up and fix nagging bugs.

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