Adobe have officially pull the plug on Creative Suite. Up till the first week of this year you could still buy Adobe Creative Suite 6 from Adobe (you had to call their call centre) but now this is gone. From now on, it’s all Creative Cloud (which has been around for almost 4 years now).
The Adobe Exchange panel for CS6. The new way to discover and install plug-ins, extensions, and other content for Creative Suite products. In addition to a panel, Adobe Exchange includes a producer portal where you can upload your extensions, plugins, templates, actions, brushes, swatches, styles, fonts and any other content that can enhance the functionality
All Adobe teams are working hard on improvements to the Adobe applications to brings us all latest features and updates. Adobe’s Solutions Enablement Team, (also known as SET), released Extension Manager CS6 and an update, but also were working on various components of Creative Cloud. Adobe Drive, now at version 4, enables seamless integration of
It is official, Adobe Creative Suite 6 is here! Adobe has officially announced Creative Suite 6. At the same time Adobe announced Creative Cloud subscription service. Creative Cloud is $75(£70.32) a month (or $50(£46.88) a month on a yearly subscription). With a subscription you get access to all Adobe applications including Lightroom 4 and you
Adobe has revealed some details about Creative Cloud. This will be launched later this year, probably at the same time as Creative Suite 6 and maybe Lightroom 4 as well. No dates have been confirmed yet. The monthly fee is going to be £38 and it is going to include a number of publishing tools
Today I am happy to share with you some updates on Adobe Upgrade Policy for coming Creative Suite 6. I have written a post about the Upgrade Policy a while ago – you can find it here: New Adobe upgrades policy. However, I have just found out a lot of new information. Here’s what I