You must have a paid Creative Cloud membership or an eligible Typekit account to sync fonts to your desktop computer.The Fonts panel displays fonts synced to your computer.When you license an image, Creative Cloud apps that support library-linked assets—Photoshop, Illustrator, and In Design—automatically updates all linked instances of the image to the licensed, high-resolution version without the watermark.
This powerful new service lets creatives seamlessly find assets to build upon, manipulate, and modify to jumpstart their creative process. As a member, you can create a portfolio of your work and broadcast it widely and efficiently.
Or, explore the latest creative work from designers around the world by browsing featured or popular work across fields.
If you have Adobe Application Manager installed, it auto-updates to the Creative Cloud desktop app.
If you don’t have the Creative Cloud desktop app installed, you can download it manually.
The Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application is your central location for managing the dozens of apps and services that are included in your Creative Cloud membership.
You can also sync and share files, manage thousands of fonts, access libraries of stock photography and design assets, and showcase and discover creative work in the community.Creative Cloud subscribers can access assets from Market for free on desktop and mobile devices (via Creative Cloud connected apps), choosing from an incredible selection of vector graphics, icons, patterns, UI kits, and more.Creative Cloud subscribers can download up to 500 unique, royalty-free assets each month.In Creative Cloud apps that support Libraries—Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, Premiere Pro, and After Effects—simply drag the watermarked stock image from the Libraries panel to your project.When you’re ready, you can also license the stock image from within the Libraries panel in the Creative Cloud desktop app.Files are instantly available on all your connected devices and computers, and on your Creative Cloud Files page.