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Adobe announces Creative Suite 6 and Creative Cloud

Adobe has officially announced Creative Suite 6, consisting of its popular cross-platform design applications such as Photoshop and Illustrator, amongst 12 others. Adobe also officially announced the release of its new upcoming cloud service that it calls Creative Cloud, giving subscribers access to every single CS6 app as well as additional benefits such as access to Adobe's mobile apps (such as Photoshop Touch) and to future upgrades for a monthly fee.
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Adobe Says Goodbye to Its Suite. Is Microsoft Next?

Technology : Techland: News (2 years ago)

A year ago, Adobe started selling Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and its other creative software in a new way: as a service called Creative Cloud. They’re still big, powerful applications which you download and install on a Window... Read Post

Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator CS6 get Retina display support

Technology Industry News / Apple : The Unofficial Apple Weblog (2 years ago)

Adobe has announced updates for Photoshop and Illustrator Creative Suite 6 that add much-awaited Retina display support to the popular graphics applications. Owners of the standalone versions and owners of the Creative Cloud version... Read Post

Adobe officially launches CS6 suite, offers $30/month introductory pricing on Creative Cloud

Technology Industry News / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac (3 years ago)

Adobe today begins taking pre-orders for its CS6 line of its popular line professional design products. Adobe combines 14 different individual applications including its venerable Photoshop CS6, Illustrator CS6 and InDesign CS6 in a... Read Post

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