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Yesterday (6th May of 2013) in L.A., at At Adobe MAX, The Creativity Conference, Adobe accelerated its shift to the cloud with a major update to Adobe Creative Cloud, the company’s flagship offering for creatives. With this update, creative files can be stored, synced and shared, via Creative Cloud, on Mac OS, Windows, iOS and Android; and Behance, the world’s leading online creative community.
Creative Cloud’s became a succes for Adobe - the community counts more than a half million paid members, and well over 2 million free members since it was launched in April 2012.
Adobe also announced that the company will focus creative software development efforts on its Creative Cloud offering moving forward. While Adobe Creative Suite 6 products will continue to be supported and available for purchase, the company has no plans for future releases of Creative Suite or other CS products.
On top of new collaboration and publishing services and the integration of Behance, update to Creative Cloud includes Adobe Photoshop CC, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, Dreamweaver CC and Premiere Pro CC. Adobe’s desktop tools, previously known as Creative Suite (CS), are now branded CC to reflect that they are an integral part of Creative Cloud.
Another important news is that Adobe decided not to update Fireworks to CC and instead will focus on developing new tools. Besides security updates and bug fixes Fireworks will be not developed anymore. That basicaly means that this piece of software is killed.
Membership Plans and Availability
For more details, visit: https://creative.adobe.com/plans. Adobe will continue to sell licenses for all CS6 products via electronic download from adobe.com and participating resellers.
Creative Suite is the most valuable option for those who use several Adobe apps. On the other hand, The Creative Cloud has a very firendly pricing for starters. Not to friendly to those who do not upgrade their software with every new version.
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