I may have misunderstood and hopefully someone can clarify for me. I thought that by placing assets in Adobe Bridge I would be able to access them on my iPhone for use in other applications, such as Adobe Spark for example. Is that one of Bridge's intended uses/functionalities? If so, I haven't been able to figure out how to access Adobe Bridge assets from my iPhone. If that isn't how this works if someone could let me know that be great. On the other hand if this is one of the functionalities I'd love to know how to do that. Thank you in advance. MacBook Pro - Mac OS v11.3, Adobe Bridge v18.104.22.168, iPhone 12 Pro Max - iOS 14.5.1
To use files on your iPhone, you must sync or copy them first. The iPhone can't use the computer like an external drive.
Bridge has no internet capability for what you want.
What I think might work better for you is Lightroom CC that any photo you take with Lightroom Mobile on your phone will show up in Lightroom Desktop as well as Lightroom Web, and vise versa for all three. If you have one of the Photoshop Plans, you probably already have Lightroom CC and can do the whole thing already. But Bridge is not part of this workflow.
Go check out lightroomqueen.com. You'll find a lot more information on this workflow there. If you sign up for her newsletters (there are not many), you can download an excellent PDF that gives a lot of information on how to get started with and use these tools.