Microsoft and Adobe touted an improved working relationship at the latter company's annual MAX conference yesterday, a glance at the new Microsoft's focus on its software partners.
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In an effort to combat software availability on Chromebooks, Google has joined forces with Adobe to start providing the Photoshop suite on Chromebooks in a scheme called 'Project Photoshop Streaming.'
We're giving away a one-year Creative Cloud subscription, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, After Effects and more, courtesy of our friends at Adobe - and there's lots of ways to enter!
In a new blog post, Microsoft says that Adobe's decision this week to discontinue its stand alone Creative Suite software in favor of its Creative Cloud subscription service is coming too early.
Adobe have scrapped its Creative Suite branding, instead offering new applications through its cloud-based Creative Cloud subscription service. Is this move progressive or alienating to pro users?
Adobe is reportedly planning to stop sales of all boxed copies of its Creative Suite software, after offering them since the first release in 2003. Both Windows and Mac platforms will be affected.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen visited Australia this week to defend the company's software pricing in that country, but dodged questions from reporters about its high prices for its stand alone software.
Adobe has responded to the parliamentary summons, around the IT pricing inquiry in Australia, by reducing the cost of its Creative Cloud subscription by AU$13 per month.