[Engadget] Adobe’s move to the cloud: What it means, and why it isn’t so bad~Reviews~Evaluation

Engadget post time: May 10, 2013 at 01:00AM

DNP Adobe's switch to cloudonly Photoshop what it means, and why it isn't so bad

In case you haven’t heard, a chapter in the history of Adobe’s venerated Photoshop (and other Creative Suite applications) has just snapped shut. That’s because all future versions have been moved to the Creative Cloud and renamed “CC,” meaning that the only way to grab anything after CS6 will be to sign up for an internet-only subscription. Now, many of Adobe’s customers for those apps (at least those who actually pony up for it) are pros who use it for paying gigs, and as Apple discovered with Final Cut Pro X, they’re a vocal bunch when they see any threat to their livelihoods. You may not be sure whether to get angry and look for an alternative (good luck with that), or to just go with the flow and regard the whole thing as inevitable. Luckily, we’ve been using the Creative Cloud since it came out and Creative Suite before that, so our rundown after the break should help you make up your mind.

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