Photoshop CC (2017)
Quickly search Photoshop tools, panels, menus, Adobe Stock assets, Help content, and tutorials from within the app using a new search panel that’s right at your fingertips.
Tighter integration with Adobe XD
Now you can copy SVG elements to your clipboard to easily paste Photoshop design assets into Adobe Experience Design CC (Beta).
Ways to get started faster
Jump-start design projects with easy access to presets as well as free Adobe Stock templates that you can access right from the File > New menu.
Adobe Stock templates and search
Adobe Stock now includes built-in templates to help you dive right in to your designs. Plus, you can drag and drop Adobe Stock search results from the Libraries panel right into your canvas to start using right away. Right-click on a stock image to do a visual search for similar images.
See how it works ›
Enhanced Properties panel
The Properties panel now displays information about common layer types as well as the document, so it’s easier to make precise adjustments.
Support for SVG OpenType fonts
Access any SVG font installed on your system from the Photoshop Font menu. Great for responsive design, SVG fonts support multiple colors and gradients, and they can be raster or vector.
New Creative Cloud Libraries capabilities
Libraries in Photoshop now support Adobe Stock templates. Plus, Send Link has been updated so you can share read-only access to a public library. When you follow a library, it appears in your Libraries panel and updates automatically.
Creative Cloud Assets improvements
Archive and restore all your assets stored in Creative Cloud, including the ones in your Creative Cloud Libraries, assets created with your desktop products, and mobile projects.
Introducing Typekit Marketplace
Now you can buy fonts from some of the industry’s biggest names and use them in your Photoshop projects. Adobe Typekit uses its font sync and web technologies to deliver your Marketplace fonts anywhere you need them.
Better overall performance
Photoshop now works more efficiently thanks to performance improvements, including a faster Liquify tool.