SANTA ANA, Calif.
— The latest Adobe software update was released this week that included updates to the Razer mouse and the AiG editing software.
The updates are part of a broader update to Adobe’s products and services, including new mobile apps and a revamped web browser, the company said.
The software updates are a response to the emergence of a new form of child abuse called cyber bullying.
They were released earlier this month to address concerns about the issue.
The latest version of Adobe software, called “Flash” and available on Windows, Mac and Android devices, is the latest version since the company launched its cloud-based business software in the fall of 2014.
The new update also includes support for the new Apple AirPods.
The update for the Razer, AiG and Flash is now available to download and install from Adobe’s website.
According to Adobe, the new software is designed to provide better, more personalized content to users, while also providing users with the tools they need to get the most out of their devices.
Adobe has released updates to its products and apps for years.
But this is the first time the company has released a new software update since the start of the cyberbullying epidemic in 2014.
This isn’t the first major product update for Adobe since the beginning of the pandemic, the latest of which was released on Oct. 19, 2015.
In April, the firm released updates for its Creative Suite for iPad, and it has since released updates through a series of security patches.