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Adobe Single App Plan For Creative Cloud For Teams

Adobe Single App Plan For Creative Cloud For Teams - Adobe has announced a single app plan, allowing creative teams to purchase membership of a single desktop application.

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Adobe has announced that a new version of Adobe Creative Cloud is available, that enables creative teams to purchase membership of a single desktop application.

With this new move, Adobe now offers two team plans for Creative Cloud: the complete option that delivers 14 Adobe desktop applications and sophisticated, cross-device collaboration and publishing capabilities; or the new single app plan that includes access to one desktop application along with 20GB of storage and the ability to showcase work on Behance, the world’s leading creative community.

The new single app plan for teams delivers many of the benefits of full Creative Cloud for teams membership. Customers will receive updates to their favourite desktop CC application as new features become available. Creatives can share files with colleagues, whether inside or outside the organisation; and cloud-based storage of 20GB can be used to view, edit, store and share a larger set of files across the team. Designers can also publish a customised online portfolio with Behance ProSite, and solicit feedback from the worldwide creative community. Over 1.6 million creatives globally are part of the Behance network.

The new single app plan for Adobe Creative Cloud for teams is available for a suggested retail price of £22.23 per user per month.  Existing customers with CS3 or later are eligible for single app membership at a suggested retail price of £14.29 per user per month. Customers can pre-order beginning today, with product availability expected on 15 August 2013 .  Both the complete and single app plans are available via reseller partners worldwide. The complete plan is also available directly from adobe.com.

For more information, visit the Adobe website.

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1 Aug 2013 4:47PM
It seems Adobe are still not listening to a lot of their customers who are extremely unhappy with Creative Cloud - namely that the licence is non-perpetual. Stop paying the subs and you are stuffed.

Despite Adobe promising to come back 'shortly' (that was over 2 months ago) regarding the little issue of not being able to open your files if you stop paying the subscription, We are still waiting to hear their proposals.

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