Adobe Rolls Out Creative Cloud
- Integrates tablet applications
- Subscription-based offering
- Publish websites without writing code
Adobe has unveiled Creative Cloud, which it claims is a new way of providing tools and services that will change the game for creatives worldwide. A subscription-based offering, Adobe Creative Cloud is a hub for making, sharing, and delivering creative work and it is centered around the release of Adobe Creative Suite 6 software.
Included is a new application, Adobe Muse – a new tool that enables designers to create and publish HTML5 web sites without writing code.
Creative Cloud membership provides users with access to download and install every new Adobe CS6 application and two new HTML5 products, the aforementioned Adobe Muse and Adobe Edge Preview.
Creative Cloud integrates Adobe’s creative tablet applications, such as Photoshop Touch, into everyday work – synchronising and storing files in the cloud, for sharing and access on any device.
Creative Cloud members will be able to easily deliver mobile apps to iOS and Android marketplaces and publish, manage and host web sites. They will have access to application upgrades, including new CS point-product features, before they are launched as part of major CS updates, as well as new products and services as they emerge.
Membership $62.99 per month