Adobe Firefly Goes Global, Supports Over 100 Languages

Adobe's Firefly, a family of creative generative AI models, is set to reach new global heights, as it now supports prompts in over 100 languages. This move enables users worldwide to reach their creative potential by generating images and text effects through their native languages within the standalone Firefly web service.

The company plans to expand Firefly user interface localization to over 20 languages, with versions in French, German, Japanese, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese being already available.

Since its launch in March, Firefly has seamlessly integrated into applications like Photoshop, Express, and Illustrator, bridging the gap between imagination and the blank page. The popularity of Firefly is evident from the staggering numbers - users have already produced an impressive one billion assets through the Firefly website and in Adobe Photoshop, making it one of the most successful beta releases in Adobe's history.

“We’ve been amazed at how creators have been using Firefly to create more than a billion gorgeous images and text effects making it one of Adobe’s most successful betas ever in just over three months. Today’s announcement is about making Firefly accessible to more people in their preferred languages, so they can continue to leverage our unique model to bring their imagination to life, and create the highest quality assets that are safe for commercial use,” said Ely Greenfield, CTO, Digital Media at Adobe.

Firefly also comes in an enterprise version specifically designed for safe commercial use. In the future, businesses will be able to custom train Firefly with their own branded assets to generate content that fits their brand's style and language. Firefly for Enterprise addresses the surging demand for digital content at scale and helps enterprises streamline and accelerate content creation at a lower cost. The latest company-wide offering enables every employee to create on-brand, ready-to-chare content which can be edited in Express and Creative Cloud.

In addition, Adobe offers legal protection and peace of mind for organizations using the Firefly-powered workflows to distribute and utilize the content internally.