Adobe’s Elements 12 apps add cloud sync, but fall short for everyday editing

Adobe’s Elements apps have always had a bit of an identity crisis. On the one hand, they’re powerful image and video editors that amateurs can make do with if they don’t want to spring for Adobe’s professional Creative Suite apps. At the same time, they’re the more sophisticated Mom- and Dad-friendly alternative to built-in apps like Apple’s iMovie and Microsoft’s Photos. Today, Adobe is announcing Photoshop Elements 12 and Premiere Elements 12, its latest installments in the series, and while there’s not a lot to make us stand up and take notice, there are some nice improvements. And if you’ve been holding out hope that Photoshop Elements would add enough features to become your main image editor, you should know that…

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