Adobe Creative Suite Goes Cloud-Only

Monday May 6th 2013 by Developer.com Staff
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Web developers who use the Adobe tools will have to purchase a Creative Cloud subscription.

Adobe has announced that it is moving its creative tools completely to the cloud. As of June 17, it will no longer sell shrink-wrapped boxes containing its Creative Suite; instead, web developers, designers, photographers and others who rely on the company's software will have to buy a subscription for the cloud computing version, Creative Cloud.

Adobe first launched Creative Cloud last year, and it currently has 1 million paying users and 2 million people who use the free versions of the tools. For a limited time, it's also offering reduced prices to customers who previously bought downloadable versions of the software and now will need to purchase the software as a service.

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