According to foreign media reports, Adobe accidentally will be a cloud-based picture editing Mac software Project Nimbus leaked to some Adobe Creative Cloud service users.
According to the French website MacGeneration, Nimbus users will have 1 terabyte of cloud storage space compared to the 20 GB cloud sync space provided by the Adobe Creative Cloud service. The site also kept some screenshots of the software interface before the Nimbus application download was deleted. Adobe has also officially confirmed the authenticity of the incident.
Nimbus is said to be similar in some respects to the iPad version of Lightroom, providing some organizational management functions, especially automatic keyword-based image analysis. Because the software provides a simple centralized interface, and does not have a separate module, so it can not completely replace the desktop version of Lightroom.
Adobe first in November 2016 launched this one Mac software, originally scheduled for release by the end of this year's software version of the beta. Nimbus this concept and Apple's MacOS and iOS Photos application is somewhat similar to iCloud can automatically synchronize the edited photos, the difference is that the Photos application is free and Nimbus monthly minimum price of $ 9.99.