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- Enhance and perfect your photos with Photoshop and Lightroom
- Create logos, graphics and icons with Illustrator
- Produce printed documents like postcards, flyers, posters, and magazines and business material like business cards, brochures and reports with InDesign
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Adobe Creative Cloud Membership and System Requirements
Creative Cloud websiteThe Creative Cloud website and associated websites such as the Adobe Admin Console and Enterprise Dashboard are all designed to work optimally in the latest versions of Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. The site should degrade gracefully on older browsers; you may have trouble using certain features on those older versions. Internet Explorer 9 and earlier are not supported.
Desktop ApplicationsCreative Cloud membership provides access to all creative desktop apps for download and installation on your local computer, as well as additional apps and online services. Desktop applications included with your membership are available in both Mac OS and Windows versions. All 2015 Creative Cloud desktop apps have a minimum operating system requirement of Mac OS X 10.9 and Windows 7, or later. Earlier versions of Creative Cloud apps are supported on earlier operating systems.
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Adobe Creative Cloud Membership
Everything you need to create amazing work – anywhere you are.
Creative Cloud gives you the world’s best creative apps – and they’re always up to date – so you can turn your brightest ideas into your greatest work across your desktop and mobile devices.
Creative Cloud gives you our entire collection of creative tools for your desktop, like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Adobe Premiere Pro. Plus some really great mobile apps so you can creative whatever you want wherever you are. And all your creative assets, including Adobe Stock, are always right where you need them.
And it's all connected. With CC Libraries, your favorite assets – images, colors, text styles and more – are all available within your desktop and mobile apps. Adobe Typekit lets you access thousands of fonts right inside your apps.Show off your work with all-new Adobe Portfolio. When your finished, share your work with the world, follow other inspiring artists, and even find your next professional opportunity on Behance, the world's largest creative community.
Plus, mobile apps that work seamlessly with your favorite desktop apps
Adobe Photoshop Mix, Adobe Photoshop Fix, Adobe Lightroom for mobile, Adobe Capture CC, Adobe Illustrator Draw, Adobe Photoshop Sketch, Adobe Comp CC, Adobe Preview CC, Adobe Premiere CC, Adobe Premiere Clip, Behance, and Creative Cloud
Includes latest versions of these desktop applications:
- Adobe Photoshop CC
- Adobe Lightroom CC
- Adobe Illustrator CC
- Adobe InDesign CC
- Acrobat Pro DC
- Adobe Bridge CC
- Adobe Premiere Pro CC
- Adobe After Effects CC
- Adobe Audition CC
- Adobe Dreamweaver CC
- Adobe Muse CC
- Adobe Animate CC
Creative cloud gives you our entire collection of creative tools for your desktop, like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Plus some really great mobile apps so you can create whatever you want wherever you are.
Creative Cloud Libraries
With Creative Cloud Libraries your favorite assets – images, shapes, colors, text styles and more – are all available within your desktop and mobile apps.
Video and audio editing tools that work together to provide end-to-end solutions.
Use image enhancing features to improve photos in Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CC.
Then share your work on Behance.
Showcase with Adobe Portfolio
Create a beautiful and professional online portfolio of your school projects without any knowledge of coding or web design.
Creative Cloud Libraries
Access, organize, and share creative assets with other users, and Adobe desktop and mobile apps.
Store and Share
Use Creative Cloud Assets to store, manage, and share your Creative Cloud content-including files synced rom the Creative cloud desktop apps. Mobile apps, and Creative Cloud Libraries.
Build Mobile Apps
Build standards-based HTML5 applications for multiple screens.
Top Customer Reviews
As a long time user of the Creative Suite (since CS2), I have always updated my software as updates were available. Owning my own design studio, there was one year where i went from CS3-4-5. As a very small business, this was an expensive upgrade but still affordable. Each upgrade averaged $350-400. Because I spent the money back when CS2 was available (and i am sure it was at least $1500) I made the commitment to Adobe and have since then. Unlike many others out there who pirate software.
Now Adobe is telling me I have to spend $50/month, to the tune of $600 a year to use their products?
Screw that. As long as my clients are still using CS6, I will not fall into the CC scheme.
I feel that Adobe should have grandfathered in long time users at an affordable rate that is equivalent to what our upgrades used to cost us.
Adobe, SHAME ON YOU.
I mainly use Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Photoshop, Acrobat and on rare occasions Illustrator. I don't really care about the plethora of other Adobe tools, but with Creative Cloud (CC) I need to get the "Everything" package with lots of stuff I don't want or want to pay for.
No options are available to pick 3 apps or 5 apps for less money - if you want 3 or more products with this pricing model you may as well just get the "everything" option.
Adobe says CC means you get the latest versions - sounds good but in Dreamweaver some extensions break in when new versions some out. Tough. You just get the latest CC version and too bad. While I'm on Dreamweaver, Adobe just dropped the server side actions support - that's support for database queries and server side actions that were widely used. Oops. Does that cause a problem? A free extension from DMXZone was eventually released to replace those essential features, but that's how Adobe thinks about the client.
As for the latest versions, pre-CC I was in the volume licensing support plan. I paid about half the price of the CS web premium and for 2 years I got new versions sent to me as they were released. This was excellent and with perpetual licenses (vs losing the application in 30 days or less if you aren't current) I could have multiple versions installed to support clients stuck with older tech in their web sites.
CC purchased annually will cost me $600/year every year for every seat. That assumes they don't decide choose to increase the price again and again. That's about twice what I was paying for the volume licensing support plan that gave me new versions as they came out. For me twice the price to get a bunch of stuff I don't want or need and losing key features is "quite a bargain".
Adobe would not get so many hate reviews if they had just let the market decide and continue to offer the CS suite options. Large volume users can still get perpetual licensing, but not us chickens who purchase less than 100 licenses.
If you only want to own month by month or only need one application, maybe CC is a good deal. It is not for me. Adobe has been busy taking away options and raising my costs. That's why they only get one star. I'd give zero if I was able.
Update May 22, 2014
I received a notice today that Adobe will stop selling CS6 on May 30th. There will probably be some "old stock" after that, but if you want a non-subscription version of an Adobe Suite this might be the last chance.
UPDATE Dec 20, 2014
I have recently learned that Adobe is still selling the CS6 products on their own web site, but it seems no longer through distributors or retail. So their letter to me in May may have been misleading.
Our team had a 1 year subscription. We never once got any notification via the software or via e-mail that our subscription was coming up for renewal. We have to pay via purchase order, so this slows everything down. We are now concluding day 6 of not being able to do any work because there was no warning we were coming up for renewal. We would have paid 1 month ago to get the ball rolling - but we are hamstrung here. I had a live chat with Adobe "support" and they will not give us a grace period, despite having worked here for 10 years, where we spent THOUSANDS of dollars on the creative suites every year for everyone on our team, and now the 'bargain' of the 'cloud.'
What. A. Joke.
The software (at least on the Mac end) seems to be a Java port. Things jump around that shouldn't. Things lose focus (you'll try to save a file, then focus leaves the dialog where you'd type in the name and you have to move your mouse to the dialog again).
I'm not seeing the OH WOW types of stuff with updates that was the case w/ the individually updated products.
There were amazing things that would be introduced every year like Puppet Warp, Healing Brush, etc. - and now it's a hide-n-seek of where they can put stuff you've known how to use for years in another spot and make it work another way, so you think they updated something, when all they did was rename a menu and make it twice as difficult to do what you used to do with a click. This cloud model is like Communism just took over Capitalism - the impetus to innovate is over.
After having this experience in the workplace, I will NEVER EVER buy this for my personal use. I can't believe I'm even saying it out loud. After professionally & personally using these products for years, and being dependent on investing all this knowledge in this product, it's time for me to move on to competing products. Perhaps I need to give Corel a second look.
The love is seriously gone. If you are considering getting on this bandwagon, I implore you to read the other reviews here. This model is a train wreck. Zero notice it was time for renewal. Zero. This is not how you run a company. This is how you run a company into the ground. This reminds of the BS that Quark used to do. Remember QuarkXpress? They used to be THE page layout software. They were IT. Then Adobe Pagemaker came out, but Quark still acted like they were the only game in town. Their customer service sucked and even when Mac OS 10 came out, there were still elements of the software that looked like Mac OS 7. Then Adobe came out with InDesign - and even then, Quark did not try to act like they even had competition. It took a few years - but now, I honestly do not know of one person in the advertising or print business that has used Quark in 10 years. This is what is happening to Adobe, whether they realize it or not. You cannot continue to anger your customers for years. This isn't Cuba. There is competition out there. In the past, Adobe innovated like crazy to basically put Quark out of the page building empire they once enjoyed - and now, hopefully, some other software will put Adobe in the same situation.
Because of my experience with Adobe with this Cloud model - I hope they improve (if they do, I may stick around) or if not, I hope they go out of business. If this is how they treat their loyal customer base, they deserve what's coming to them.
Before switching to the CC platform, I was on the phone w/ a rep from Adobe for 30 minutes, who carefully answered all my questions. They're super sweet when they're trying to make a sale. Once their hooks are in you, the honeymoon is over. Either way, I feel like we were sold a bill of goods. Never did I think we'd be in a situation where our entire team would be at a complete standstill – all because, without any notice, our subscription was over. We cannot pay via credit card with our organization - it must be done by Purchase Order and there are many organizations around the country with the same limitations due to state laws. We are not an anomaly... but we are SOL until this goes through. No grace period. Nothing. No one here can do our work. We can't open our own documents. It's like a legal version of Ransomware.
Caveat Emptor, people.
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