Adobe Creative Cloud Review




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Adobe Creative Cloud consists of services and applications from Adobe Systems. It offers subscribers a set of applications for development, video, design, and photography. Users pay for monthly or yearly subscriptions to access services in a Creative Cloud package. Once you pay for a subscription, you can download software from the Internet and install it directly on your computer. After that, you will be able to use the software until your subscription expires.

Packages are priced differently and they are categorized into Individuals, Business, Students and Teachers, and Schools and Universities. Each category also has subcategories and users have the option of paying for a plan which best suits their budget and/or needs. For example, the Individuals package includes Photography, Single App, All Apps, and All Apps plus Adobe Stock.

Creative Cloud comes with applications such as Audition, Adobe AIR, Bridge, Illustrator, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Dimension, Photocopy, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Animate, Muse, Incopy, Reader, Portfolio, among others.


  • Auto Update
  • There are still per device licenses available.


  • There is no guarantee of consistent pricing.
  • Not every app that Adobe produces is upgraded


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