If you’re already collected together the pennies to upgrade to CS6, then why not give Adobe’s newest subscription-based cloud service a whirl too.
Today Adobe has begun rolling out its new Creative Cloud, a supplementary service that can be used alongside CS6, which a statement from the brand describes as, “a hub for making, sharing and delivering creative work.”
The Adobe Creative Cloud is a subscription-based offering and it’ll provide users with online access to CS6 install files, HTML5 apps like Adobe Muse 1.0 for code-free webpage building, Adobe Edge preview for animated and interactive content, integration with Adobe Touch apps for Android and iOS as well as 20GB of web-based storage for easily sharing and saving your creative projects.
David Wadhwani, the senior vice president of Digital Media Business at Adobe, said:
“We announced Creative Cloud and CS6 two weeks ago and these releases have caught the imagination of creatives everywhere,
“Today we’re shipping CS6 and look forward to the beginning of an exciting new era as we introduce Creative Cloud later this week.”
Adobe Creative Cloud membership is available from today in 36 countries. Membership costs individuals £38.11 (ex VAT) per month based on an annual membership and £57.17 (ex VAT) per month for month-to-month membership. A special introductory offer of £22.23 (ex VAT) per month for customers already using the older CS3, CS4, CS5 and CS5.5 packages is also available.
To find out more visit the Adobe Creative Cloud website.[Via Tech Digest]