Whether you are into software and technology or not, Adobe needs no introduction when it comes to digital creation software. From photo-editing software programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom to music producing software programs such as the Adobe Audition, Adobe has a plethora of software designed particularly for various sectors of the creative industry.
But how did Adobe become such a software giant for the creative industries? The origin story of Adobe can be traced all the way back to the 80s. Adobe started off independently, but eventually, its Partnership with Apple happened, further booming the business for Adobe with Apple having acquired 15% of Adobe.
A notable release of Adobe is Adobe Acrobat in 1993, which changed revolutionised the way we view files on our system. It established sort of a standard to view pdf files in particular, and was available for a variety of platforms immediately, although at the very beginning only for the macOS.
Its success also has to do a lot with its flexibility. There's just so much you can do with its software by using it on almost any platform. It is available for Windows, Mac and even for mobile operating systems such as the iOS and Android. Adobe's apps for mobile devices are as popular and feature-packed as their desktop counterparts. The infographic below will walk you through Adobe's wonderful success journey.
Infographic by: InfoClutch