Today, Facebook is going big on its own creative platform, launching Creative Cloud.
Facebook says it is launching the platform “as a free service for publishers and creators”.
The platform will enable users to create and share content with the help of a Creative Cloud API.
In addition to the existing creative features available in the Facebook app, users can also upload content to the platform.
There are currently no plans to make Creative Cloud available in Australia.
Creative Cloud is a free, ad-supported service.
The Creative Cloud platform is the first time Facebook has partnered with a platform outside of its own app.
Facebook said it will offer the Creative Cloud APIs to publishers and creatives in Australia as well as to third-party publishers and developers.
For publishers, Facebook said that “creatives will be able to leverage Creative Cloud to build, publish, manage, and monetise content that they create, whether that content is a novel, short story, or short film”.
For developers, Creative Cloud will help them build and publish their own apps for Facebook.
“Developers will be free to use Creative Cloud for all their apps and sites,” Facebook said.
“Creative Cloud apps will also be available to third parties for monetisation.”
Facebook said the CreativeCloud platform will be available in “early 2019”.
It is a major milestone for the company, which has been struggling to maintain a viable advertising business.
Facebook has been experimenting with different advertising models to attract users, and has also struggled to retain users.
Facebook also announced it was looking at creating a paid social network.
However, Facebook’s decision to partner with a competitor could have come with a significant price tag.
Facebook will need to compete with other social networks for ad revenue.
Earlier this month, Facebook acquired Instagram for $3.5 billion.
It has a $5 billion market cap.