Adobe yesterday announced a new subscription service it has started for its range of Creative Suite software packages, which now allows you to spread the cost. So rather than parting with a hefty $999 for Adobe After Effects you can now rent it from a little as $49 a month or Adobe Photoshop which retails at $699 is now available from $35 a month.
Adobe’s new subscription option, provides creative users with the latest features and functionality of the Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 software an you can either choose a one-year plan for lower payments or a flexible month-to-month plan which you can stop and restart as needed. Watch the Adobe video after the jump which explains how the new subscription based service works in detail.
Adobe has also announced that it will be launching three new iPad apps, Adobe Nav for Photoshop, Adobe Color Lava for Photoshop and Adobe Eazel for Photoshop, that will connect and help you streamline your work with Photoshop.
Source : AdobeFiled Under: Technology News