Thursday, August 1, 2013

Adobe to sell single apps from Creative Cloud

Adobe to sell single apps from Creative Cloud

Adobe to sell single apps from Creative Cloud

Adobe has made single applications available from its Creative Cloud under a new plan with a less expensive monthly membership.

From August 15 software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Dreamweaver can now be accessed on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) basis at a suggested retail price of £14.29 per user per month, although it is available only through resellers that may have their own pricing plans.

With the price for the whole package, which includes 14 applications, at £22.23 per user per month, the deal will only be attractive for users wanting just one from the basket, but this could appeal to those who have previously installed the software on their PCs.

Storage and showcase

The single app package also incl udes 20GB of storage and the ability to showcase work on Adobe's Behance platform. Customers will also receive updates to the apps.

Adobe has shifting the emphasis to selling its software as a range of cloud services. In May it announced that it was dropping further development of its on-premise Creative Suite in favour of Creative Cloud â€" a move that created plenty of controversy â€" and in June it added new features to the latter.


1 comment:

  1. Almost 38,000 folks have signed.They don't like Adobe Creative Cloud licensing.Show @Adobe how you feel.

    Another more fiscal way to show @Adobe you dont like the CC licensing scheme. #adobe2014


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