Adobe have announced the launch of their Creative Cloud initiative. This subscription based technology allows a quick and easy way to make and share creative work, with access to Adobe’s wide range of innovative software and tools. You’ll gain access to a variety of releases, including Photoshop, Indesign, Flash, Dreamweaver, Premiere Pro and many more.
For video, web and digital imaging industries, this package could offer a simpler way to work. Creative Cloud users will also be able to install all new Adobe CS6 applications, along with two new HTML5 programmes, Adobe Muse and Adobe Edge preview. As well as this you’ll gain exclusive access to the latest upgrades and products before they are even launched.
Creative applications will be seamlessly synchronised into your everyday work, with all files being stored in the cloud, allowing you to access them whenever you want and from any device. From your iPad or tablet device, you can be just a touch away from each area of the creative process, including everything from sketching to presentations. And you need not worry about working away from your desk either.
The Creative Cloud Connection allows you to share files between your desktop and mobile devices so you can work on the go. Adobe Creative Cloud can also improve the process website creation. Members will be able to choose between 700 typefaces from Adobe Typekit, an online font library. The web hosting capabilities coupled with the integration between Adobe Muse and Typekit means that it’s easier than ever before to make and host professional looking websites.
Adobe Creative Cloud will be available shortly and will be launched in 36 countries and in multiple languages. An individual membership will cost $49.99 per month, based on an annual membership and a month to month membership is priced at $74.99 per month. A special introductory offer is also available to CS3, CS4, CS5 and CS5.5 individual customers, for only $29.99 a month.
To find out more, click to www.adobe.com/go/creativecloud