Good morning! News: " Adobe is abandoning its Creative Suite entirely to focus efforts on Creative Cloud. " " Foxconn, a potent symbol of the perks and perils of globalization, is taking a step that, not all that long ago, would have seemed unthinkable: it is contemplating life far, far beyond Apple. Show More Summary
The Suites are Dead, Long Live The Cloud
What we all feared would happen, happened this morning when Adobe announced at its annual conference that it would move away from boxed Creative Suite software and push everyone into a subscription payment model with Creative Cloud. You’d never guess but the Government’s IT pricing crusader, Ed Husic, is displeased with Adobe. Again. More »
Adobe unveiled it’s major update for Adobe Creative Cloud today at the Adobe Max, the Creativity Conference. The update sets new features and services available … Read more posts by Cadence Wu
Earlier today Adobe announced that they were axing their old Creative Suite apps and going all-in on Creative Cloud. As part of that initiative, they've released a series of videos starting with the one above that tries to dispel common myths associated with Creative Cloud. Show More Summary
Adobe is making a major move into the cloud. The company has just announced the next version of its flagship digital editing tools, Creative Suite, and for the first time the new products will only be available through the company’s online subscription service. Adobe previously offered standalone editions of each product, which users could choose... Read More
The pro versions of Photoshop (and the rest of Adobe’s Creative Suite) have always had a steep admission fee. In some cases, we’re talking thousands of dollars. Makes sense for big companies, but those costs put a bigger strain on self-employed pros and smaller indie operations. Show More Summary
It's the end of the line for boxed versions of Photoshop, InDesign, and the rest.
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 Windows PC or a Mac. Show More Summary
As Adobe finds its footing in a cloud-based world, it pulled a move that most likely will generate a backlash from the students and creative professionals that rely on its software. Adobe announced that the Creative Suite software will be rebranded as Creative Cloud and confirmed it will no longer develop the Creative Suite line. Show More Summary
Adobe's decision to discontinue the boxed version of Creative Suite and move to a subscription software-based model (also known as the Creative Cloud) stunned many customers, but considering recent moves, like the acquisition and integration...Show More Summary
Adobe just announced they're going all-in behind "Creative Cloud" and abandoning Creative Suite. The latest versions of Photoshop / Illustrator etc. will no longer be stand-alone installs, replaced by a month-by-month subscription service. And along the way, Fireworks is done.
Adobe made a slew of announcements at its MAX conference today, most notably the plans to make its Creative Suite (now Creative Cloud) entirely subscription based. Alongside all of the restructuring and price changes, Adobe also unveiled a new Bluetooth stylus designed to work with its iPad apps. It’s sill in the development stage, but “Project [...]Show More Summary
Today, Adobe announced the latest round of updates to its ubiquitous software suite, with its Creative Cloud subscription service taking center-stage. Not only is the old Creative Suite moniker being dropped completely, but a whole slew of cloud-dependent features were introduced. Show More Summary
Adobe's popular Creative Suite got more than just a rebranding on Monday, as the company also revealed a number of new and advanced features for the rechristened Creative Cloud package.
Adobe announced the end of their Creative Suite software, instead choosing to focus on their Adobe Creative Cloud subscription service. CS6 is the last version you can buy and download, and if you want access to tools like Photoshop and Illustrator in the future, you'll need a subscription to get them. Read more...
Adobe ditches Creative Suite, goes all-in on Creative Cloud, and readies an all-new Kuler app for iOS, and a "Project Mighty" stylus Adobe Systems Inc. opened its five-day Max conference in Los Angeles, CA this morning with a bang: the company announced that it's the end of the development road for its Creative Suite (CS) software. Show More Summary
Adobe Accelerates Shift to the Cloud New Product Innovation to be Delivered Exclusively Through Adobe Creative Cloud LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- At Adobe MAX, The Creativity Conference, Adobe ( NAS: ADBE ) today accelerated its shift to the cloud with a major update to Adobe® Creative Cloud™, the company's flagship offering for creatives. Show More Summary
At Adobe’s annual MAX conference today, the company announced a major overhaul of the ten-year-old Creative Suite, which will now be known as Creative Cloud. From now on, you won’t buy CS6 or CS7—you’ll buy a $50 per month subscription to CC (happily, the first year will only cost $30 for anyone with a CS3 or later serial number). Read more...