Adobe Bridge is a great tool in the Creative Cloud toolbox
March 04, 2022

Adobe Bridge is a great tool in the Creative Cloud toolbox

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Bridge

I manage a team of graphic and web designers and it is actually awesome for viewing photo info like, keywords and tags, any of the metedata stored and thumbnails for quick reference. We purchased Adobe Creative Cloud and routinely use Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator so it is pretty fantastic tool in addition to those.
  • User friendly.
  • Works well in combination with it's other adobe products.
  • Like that's it's included in the cost of Creative Cloud.
  • It's a pretty good product, I'd say need less RAM when getting the files because some computers get really loud trying to process.
  • This seems to be fixed now but it would crash when previewing some .tif files.
  • Sometimes it freezes when I view a larger file but that could be a computer issue.
  • User friendly.
  • Free - that is huge.
  • Visually pleasing.
  • Just makes my life easier when I have photo dumps.
  • My team seems happy with the product and when they are happy I am happy.
  • Love that it's free.
I mean, it's the same company so it's really interchangeable. It's like an assistance tool.

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I love to use it when I need to rename a group of photos from one of my photographers because they named the files incorrectly. My team seems happy to use it from now and then in combination with InDesign and Photoshop.