Adobe introduces new subscription and cloud service

Adobe announced on Monday a new subscription model for their new flagship collection of products, Creative Suite 6. CS6, which includes the wildly pirated Photoshop, along with Illustrator, Dreamweaver, InDesign and Bridge will be offered as a subscription service starting at $49 per month, as well as box-wrapped sets, starting at $1,299. This new subscription model, called Adobe Creative Cloud, will also include cloud-based storage and sharing features with 20 GB of storage.

Adobe will also offer special pricing for existing CS4, CS4 and CS6 license holders, as well as discounted student and teacher editions. Adobe Creative Cloud is available now for pre-order as a launch date will be announced within a month.

Via [Mashable]
Cross-posted from TechnologyTell

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