Adobe released this week a major update to its Adobe Creative Cloud, which now includes 15 new Creative Cloud applications, including Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Access to its Cloud programs require a paid subscription, starting with a free trial subscription for 30-days, 2 gigabytes of storage, and limited access to services.
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With these new online applications, users can create, open, and collaborate on Adobe documents across multiple platforms, including desktop, website, and mobile devices. Users can store creative files via the Creative Cloud, Mac OS X, Windows, iOS and Android apps and devices. The pro designer portfolio website Behance is also also integrated with Creative Cloud.
Creative Cloud (CC) membership, starting at $19.99 per month (including full version access to Adobe applications, 20GB of storage, and limited access to services) enables users to, for example, create and design websites, use all the features of Photoshop, create and edit video productions using Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects, and get full access to over 700 fonts.
Creative Cloud also provides access to a full range of tools, including Touch Type in Illustrator, Camera Shake Reduction in Photoshop, in-browser editing in Adobe MuseTM CC—a tool for designers to create and publish HTML websites without writing code—, the LumetriTM Deep Color Engine in Premiere Pro CC, and the latest animation tools and assets for Dreamweaver, InDesign, and Adobe Flash.
Complete Creative Cloud membership is $49.99 per month, and $29.99 for existing customers.