If you're interested in any creative field – as a hobbyist or professional – you'll probably have heard of Adobe Creative Cloud, but you might be uncertain exactly what it is, and whether it's worth investing in.Essentially, Creative Cloud is a subscription service (paid annually or monthly) that gives you access to Adobe's creative software, and lets you easily move files between desktop, web and mobile apps – but that's not all.All AppsAdobe Creative Cloud All Apps gives you access to the company's full suite of creative software for desktop and mobile. You get industry-standard image editor Photoshop, vector graphics editor Illustrator, video editor Premiere Pro, and much more besides.Not only can you access 20 desktop and mobile apps, an All Apps subscription also includes 100GB cloud storage for your projects, your own portfolio site, premium fonts and social media tools.You can also add a stock photography subscription for an extra fee, which lets you … [Read more...] about What is Adobe Creative Cloud? The subscription service explained
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Editors' note, June 19, 2014: Updated with a tour of some of Photoshop CC's new features. In a recent briefing to prepare us for the annual barrage of Adobe announcements, one of Adobe's technology development people said of the company's app development, "These early experiments...are one of the first stages of constructing the core products. Sooner or later, mouse and keyboard won't be enough in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. We're trying to prepare ourselves for when that entire market gets disrupted. " To me, that's the theme of this year's Creative Cloud extravaganza. Yes, Adobe's offering up the usual updates to the desktop applications, major and minor. But we're also seeing a company whose success has been built on monolithic, computationally intensive applications struggling to address the changing needs of its core base of imaging professionals -- whose need for lightweight mobile apps is growing rapidly. The launch of CC in 2011 was the first step down that road, … [Read more...] about Adobe Creative Cloud 2014: It’s all about apps and APIs
It's time again to take the pulse of Adobe Systems and its Creative Cloud product and business overhaul. In March, analyst firm Jefferies and CNET jointly surveyed people's opinions on Adobe's shift. Now we're running a new survey about Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription plan, Creative Suite 6, and Web design tools. Related stories Full version of Adobe Photoshop for Apple iPad on deck for 2019, reportedly Adobe Project Rush aims to address social media pros' video woes Calling all artists: Time to try AR, Adobe says iOS 12, MacOS Mojave and Group FaceTime: Everything Apple announced at WWDC 2018 Adobe's XD design tool is now free We'll run the survey for a few days and share results later so you can see if others share your opinions about Adobe. Photoshop is a storied brand, and the Creative Suite that includes it and many other Adobe projects has been around for years, too, now. But much newer is the Creative Cloud, a subscription service that grants access to that full … [Read more...] about Survey: Are you going for Adobe’s Creative Cloud?
Adobe Systems is having a hard time convincing skeptics that its Creative Cloud is worthwhile, but most of those who've signed up plan to renew their subscription to Adobe's software and services for another year's payments. Those are some of the findings from the latest survey from CNET and analyst firm Jefferies. We've been tracking the demise of Adobe's Creative Suite software, which is sold through perpetual licenses but no longer updated, and its Creative Cloud replacement, which grants access to the CS software, some extra new titles, and online services for publishing, sharing files, and promoting creative work. Related stories Full version of Adobe Photoshop for Apple iPad on deck for 2019, reportedly Adobe Project Rush aims to address social media pros' video woes Calling all artists: Time to try AR, Adobe says Of the 187 respondents who are CC users, 58 percent said they planned to renew their subscriptions. About 20 percent said they wouldn't, and 23 percent didn't … [Read more...] about Despite complaints, most Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers plan to renew
If you work in a creative field, or at least aspire to, you're well aware that Adobe's Creative Cloud apps are considered the standard by which many tools of the trade are judged. Why? These apps are powerful, versatile, consistent, and now surprisingly affordable. In fact, you can even gain access to Creative Cloud apps for as low as $9.99 per month. And with a number of new updates and additions in the mix, now's a good time to jump in. Get this deal First off, let's talk about the pricing model. Gone are the days of massive upfront purchases that significantly hampered adoption of the latest and greatest version. Instead, Adobe has switched to a subscription model that's much easier for individuals to invest in. If you're focused on photo management and manipulation, Adobe has an incredible Photography plan that only costs $9.99 per month. Not only does it give you access to 20GB of cloud storage, a portfolio website, social media tools, and the top-notch Photoshop CC, but this plan … [Read more...] about Get Adobe Creative Cloud Apps for as Low as $9.99 Per Month