We have already done several reviews of Adobe mobile editors, and every time your eyes have probably stumbled upon the phrase: “Creative Cloud users also have access to …”. What kind of cloud is this that gives all kinds of bonuses in Photoshop Express, Photoshop Fix and others like them? Let's look at the example of a mobile application for iPhone, which is called Adobe Creative Cloud. I'll start with the materiel. Almost everyone knows that the current version of Photoshop is not called CS7 or CS8 by analogy with previous versions, but CC – and this name has not changed since 2013. CC stands for our mysterious Creative Cloud, and translate it into human language as “Photoshop for Creative Cloud subscribers” No more boxes with programs and installation discs, all editors are in the cloud and become available for download the minute you paid one of the tariffs for a certain period. To “all editors” I now refer only to Photoshop and Lightroom: although the available applications also include Illustrator, InDesign and other things, they are not very interesting to us today, since we are talking about graphic editors. So, you have several Adobe CC applications, as well as a dozen mobile editors from the same developers. What are the advantages of this? In addition to the obvious satisfaction of owning licensed content, you can work on one file in several programs without having to save and transfer them to another device every time! For example, in Photoshop Fix, you can select Creative Cloud images as the source and continue working on one of the projects you started in desktop Photoshop CC. It is noteworthy that to use the additional functions of any of the Adobe editors, you just need to have a CC account: no paid subscription is required. The Creative Cloud App for iPhone is a library where you can view your designs, submit them to Adobe apps for editing, and even save to Camera Roll through one of them. For example, in desktop Photoshop, to access your files in Creative Cloud, open the Libraries tab (Window – Libraries). Then, in the drop-down selector, open the library you created in Creative Cloud. To sync, click on the cloud icon in the lower right corner of the Libraries tab. The recorded files can be opened in mobile applications. In addition, they can be shared and made available for direct download and viewing. Free, no subscription, 2 GB of space is provided. Plus, you can download projects as .psd to Creative Cloud so you can work with it even without an internet connection. You can also install additional brushes and other tools for Adobe editors here. In general, the Adobe Creative Cloud application will be useful for optimizing the CC library: you can remove obsolete and unnecessary files from the cloud, navigate in unfinished projects, etc. If you just want to get access to additional filters in Photoshop Express and don't care about the file library, then register in CC and use your login and password directly in the editors themselves to unlock the full functionality.