Adobe programs for remote users
Adobe has made it easier for its remote users to access its applications, from photo sharing to word processing, with a new remote-access program called “WP” that allows remote users access to their documents and settings, as well as email and calendar contacts.
The company says the program “provides the ability to view content and navigate to it without the need for a device.”
It’s not the first time Adobe has introduced a new tool for its users to use with its programs.
In June, the company released an app called “Flash Player Remote” that lets remote users take control of their computers by remote clicking the app icon and dragging a mouse to their desktop or to their phone.
That app also lets users take over an existing Adobe app, and access it from a web browser.
Last month, Adobe also added the ability for users to download content to their computers, using an online portal called “Safari.”
But while Adobe’s new WP remote tool is aimed at users of the Adobe Creative Suite of programs, it’s also designed to be accessible to users of other Creative Suite programs that are not Adobe’s.
That includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Adobe said.
The new WP Remote app allows users to open and view files from the following Creative Suite apps: Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Illustrator, InDesign, and Illustrator CC.
It also offers users a choice of using a device like a smartphone, tablet, or laptop for access.