Adobe's design suite in the Cloud
Adobe Creative Cloud is an application that gives you access to all of the major desktop applications, such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator CC. This software is a replacement for Adobe Creative Suite.
Adobe Creative Cloud has many new features that ultimately make the application more appealing. A few of these features include file synching, settings, fonts, and updates. With Adobe Creative Cloud the applications are still on your desktop. However, the added cloud dimension ultimately means that collaboration is easier than it has ever been.
Adobe Creative Cloud differs from the Creative Suite in a few ways. When the software was Creative Suite products were sold separately. With Adobe Creative Cloud users can purchase products as a software package. Rather than requiring users to work on the Cloud, the products are downloaded from the Cloud on your preferred device. The software validates your license frequently to ensure that integrity of the system is maintained.
When compared to other software programs of its kind, Adobe Creative Cloud excels for many reasons. Before this system was moved to the Cloud it would have cost an abundant amount of money to purchase all of the individual software packages that were needed. However, now that the program has moved to the Cloud you can have a free trial to see if the suite of products this softare offers is the right fit for you.
-A free trial is offered for you to test the products out.
-Plans start as low as $9.99 per month after your free trial.
-You can access your plan from anywhere as long as you have connection to the internet.
-No guarantee of consistent pricing.
-You will need to download Adobe Creative Cloud on multiple devices if you want to use it on multiple devices.
-Certain plans are more expensive than the older licenses.