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Adobe Releases New Creative Cloud Apps

Adobe is on a roll as it releases new flagship products under the banner of its Creative Cloud setup. The brand new Creative Cloud apps are sure to be a big hit with the computing crowd.

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Adobe Releases New Creative Cloud Apps

Adobe Releases New Creative Cloud Apps

This time a creative suite is not coming out of the Adobe Photoshop. Instead what we will be having is a series of new products and apps under its Creative Cloud umbrella. Many new features have been included in the apps and furthermore these apps themselves have arrived in newer versions. These include: Photoshop CC; Illustrator CC; InDesign CC; Adobe Muse CC; Dreamweaver CC; Edge Animate CC; Adobe Premiere Pro Cc; After Effects CC and a whole lot more.

The all-new Creative Cloud apps are meant for desktop and users can download and handle updates on this device. They can also keep a record of their work that they have done. And besides this they can socialize with followers on Behance, a portfolio sharing site that Adobe took over in 2012. Workspace standards which include likes, presets, brushes and learning resource centers, can be lined up with Creative Cloud in a jiffy. This removes many complexities and complications. You will now only need to log on and begin work on the system. Adobe Kuler which deals in themes of various hues will be a part and parcel of this as well. Members of Creative Cloud can obtain direct access to the apps and services right now while the rest of the specialized customers will have to wait for a while.

While there have been many ups and downs this week for Adobe it has finally taken the decision. Although a little bit of a shocker, it was the right one and ought to have been taken a long time ago. The costs are a bit steep but then nothing worthwhile comes for free. The new exchange that Adobe has done leaves many in the lurch. That of course is the law of the jungle or survival of the fittest. In a dog-eat-dog world it is every man for himself and devil take the hindmost. Whatever the case may be, several clients are complaining. But love it or hate it, you can’t argue with the fact that finally it is out in the open and everyone will have to cope with it. Meanwhile, the experts at Adobe are happy that finally they can stick a feather in their cap. A good job has been done and it will pay off in future times. 

Adobe has offered many new plans for its Creative Cloud. A free 30 day app trial is offered with 2GB cloud storage. While a single app paln is priced at $19.99/mo with 20GB cloud storage and selected version of apps. All these three plans have limited access to services. The complete plan with full version of all apps is priced $49.99/mo with 20Gb cloud storage and full services access. While speical offer plans are also avaiable at $9.99, $19.99 and $29.99.

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