Adobe Launches Creative Cloud in India; Hosted Apps Start at Rs 1000 per Month

Now you can access all your Adobe applications from Adobe Cloud in India. The company today announced Adobe Creative Cloud for individuals and Creative Cloud for enterprise Cloud membership options for India. Adobe Creative Cloud is a subscription-based service that offers most of Adobe’s creative tools and services through a cloud based platform.

This new service comes with a list of updates, as announced at the Adobe MAX Creativity Conference held at Los Angeles, to the Creative Cloud tools.Creativecloud pricingThese updates come for Adobe Photoshop CC, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, Dreamweaver CC and Premiere Pro CC. Along with this Behance, the online creative community, is now integrated with Creative Cloud.

Umang Bedi, Managing Director, Adobe South Asia said:

More than a half million paid members, and well over 2 million free members have signed up for Creative Cloud since it was launched globally in April 2012. Among the upgrades available is inbuilt support for ten Indian languages in Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC.

Although Adobe plans to focus its creative software development efforts on the Creative Cloud, the company will continue to support Adobe Creative Suite 6 products. But the company said it has no plans for future releases of Creative Suite or other CS products.

Some Key Features of Creative Cloud

  • Desktop, Web and Mobile Access.

  • Integration With Behance now included with Creative Cloud.

  • Synchronize, Store, Share and Collaborate across platforms.

  • Members can now publish personalized portfolio web sites, high-impact digital magazines for iPad and create and publish mobile apps for any device.

The new updates will start coming in from June. You can sign up for the new service today and the updates will be available for download as soon as they are ready.

You can see the detailed pricing plans here.

With Adobe tools being one of the most pirated applications globally, this move is likely to help them tackle piracy.

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