by Sebastian Wöber | 14th May 2012
As announced on April 23rd, the newest and most feature-packed version of Adobe’s design tools, Creative Suite 6, just started shipping. What’s really exciting though is the “creative cloud”: Adobe is launching their new creative cloud service in 2 days. Basically it’s the whole creative suite with some advanced cloud sharing features, but you’re paying on a monthly basis ($49.99 and $29.99 for students) to use an online version of all CS applications, much like an App Store if you will. The cloud version of CS6 will set you back $600 a year while the retail version of the whole bundle is $2599. This is how you access the 30-day free trial: Go to Adobe’s creative cloud page, click “join” and on the next screen you can choose the free trial. If you own a previous CS version you can start a creative cloud membership for a reduced price of $29/month: US LINK You can buy the Adobe CS6 products at B&H:Read more
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