Adobe has this week announced that it is roiling out a new update to its Creative Cloud suite of applications that will bring with it File and Typekit Font Sync for users.
The new update will be rolled out in “limited batches” says Adobe, so if you can’t see it just yet be patient. The latest update follows on from the Edge Apps update which rolled out earlier this month.
The new Adobe Creative Cloud suite File and Typekit Font Sync features allows users to now enjoy desktop syncing of files, in a Dropbox sort of way with Adobe’s Creative Cloud. The File and Typekit Font Sync, provides the ability to now use a large proportion of TypeKit’s library of typefaces offline on the desktop as well.
“We’ve been working hard to get file syncing back online for launch on the Creative Cloud desktop application, and are now excited to start rolling this out to our customers—this time, with the addition of syncing fonts to your computer from Typekit. If you’re ready to give it a spin, sign up here to register for early access.”
Source: TNWFiled Under: Technology News, Top News