Adobe Creative Cloud
When Adobe decided to provide users with subscription-based applications, as opposed to traditional paid licenses, they also released Adobe Creative Cloud so that they could better manage and organize their Adobe CC apps.
The program installs without any issue and it requires you to enter your Adobe username and password before accessing its main window.
Adobe Creative Cloud provides you with an intuitive and user-friendly interface for downloading any Adobe CC tool they want to try out. It sits quietly in the system tray, without being intrusive or taking up desktop space (you can disable its notifications altogether whenever you do not want to be distracted from work).
In addition, Adobe Creative Cloud can also update any detected Adobe app so as to help you make sure you get to enjoy new features and bug fixes as soon as they are released.
However, you can first read the changelog for each suggested update and check it the features you require are included. You also get to decide when the update is installed, preferably when the computer is idle to ensure the process is successful.
Another important feature of Adobe Creative Cloud is its integration with Behance, a platform where photographers, designers and other artists can share their work. You can easily create your own custom public portfolio or explore the works of other users.
All in all, Adobe Creative Cloud can come in quite handy to all those who want to manage their Adobe CC tools within a centralized interface and download them with as little effort as possible. They can also share their creative projects on Behance, or discover interesting ones published by their contacts.