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Not Ready for Full Cloud? Subscribe to Any CC App for $9-19/Month

Get Adobe CC – The Latest Release of Any Creative Application You Want for Less Than $20 a Month

With the fast-growing adoption of Adobe’s Creative Cloud and the recent release of the all-new CC 2015 versions of creative applications, some readers are telling us they’re not sure if they need all the tools that are included in the complete Creative Cloud offering, or aren’t quite ready to join for US$49 a month…

The complete (or All Apps) Creative Cloud membership gives you the latest-and-greatest versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Muse, Animate, Premiere, After Effects, Audition, and others – together in a well-integrated suite with ongoing product upgrades included as soon as they’re available.

But if you don’t need or aren’t ready for Adobe’s entire creative collection on your desktop, then there is another option. This alternate route is called a Single-App Membership Plan – also known as a single-tool subscription. This plan gives you full access to the latest version of any single Adobe creative application for just $9-19 a month – and you can choose between Photoshop CC, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, Acrobat Pro DC, Muse CC, Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, or any of the others. And as with all CC products, no previous purchase is necessary and no prior software is required to buy or use them.

Worldwide Offer: Get New Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 plus Lightroom 6/CC for $9.99 a Month (Regular Ongoing Price)

One of the most attractive offerings here is the special Photoshop Photography Plan where for the regular price of only $9.99/month you can get both Photoshop CC plus Lightroom 6/CC and Lightroom Mobile, together with other nice benefits.

Included in all single-app plans you get a free level of Creative Cloud with online storage and the ability to sync and share your work on virtually any device. All single-app subscribers also receive the brand new Adobe Portfolio to publish your own customized online work portfolio website at no extra cost. And except with the Photography Plan, you also get full access to the entire Typekit library of fonts for use in desktop applications and websites (an over $25,000 value if purchased normally).

Special: Legally download dozens of free Adobe books for a limited time!

Importantly, none of these CC programs run online or “in the cloud” (that’s a frequent myth) – your single-app member­ship lets you download and install the software directly on your own computer desktop, providing you all the functionality that Creative Suite products have in the past, and much more… In fact, performance has been improved and is significantly better than CS6, plus over 1,000 new features have been added since the time that CS6 came out four years ago.

You can run the new CC software on up to two of your computers, including both a PC and a Mac.  You can even still download and use the older CS6 version of the tool if you want to (in addition to the newest CC releases) on the same systems.  For more than two machines, a multiple user edition of the single-app membership is sold via the Creative Cloud for Teams plan.

Adobe Creative Cloud Growing Fast, Many Millions of Paid Subscribers (Click to Enlarge)

The single-app option is now available in over 84 countries, making these tools more affordable to everyone without the large upfront cost… The best news is all major new releases plus ongoing upgrades are included and are immedi­ately available for you to download and use as a member at no additional cost – there’s no more waiting or wondering or paying extra to upgrade. You can always be running the best and most current version (like Photoshop CC 2015 with its new Dehaze/Defog and Deblurring capa­bilities or the 3D printing and Perspective Warp features), and be your most productive.

Install now: Get all new Adobe CC 2017 direct download links and free trials.

There are both annual and month-to-month plans for increased flexibility. The month-by-month option costs more, but you can stop and start access as needed. So if there’s a period of time where you won’t need to use the software, you can simply turn it off and pay nothing – then reactivate when you want to run it again, without needing to reinstall. You can now even pay using PayPal instead of a credit card.

Generally, the math works out pretty attractively – for example, instead of the old days where you needed to come up with $1000 for a static version of After Effects CS6, you can get over four years of the latest and most powerful releases of After Effects (today’s CC 2015 and beyond) with the annual Single plan.

Over ten different Adobe applications are now offered this way – see the complete list of products you can get. And if you want to upgrade from a single app to the full Creative Cloud down the line, that’s no problem as Adobe will automatically credit your account for your unused amount.

All of the standard CC 2015 free trials can also be converted to single-app memberships without reinstalling the software.  And if for some reason you should decide within 14 days of joining that it’s not for you, you can easily cancel for a full refund.


Do you have any questions about Adobe’s single-app subscription editions, or CC in general?  Just ask them below and we’ll get you answers fast!


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Available Worldwide! Get New Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 plus Lightroom 6/CC for Just US$9.99 a Month (Regular Ongoing Price)
  1. Richard Warner

    For about 20 years I have been producing illustrations for research articles using illustrator – first Ill 10, then Ill CS2 (which I still use and which still runs on Windows 10 and a ten-year-old Dell dimension, with a few trivial glitches). For the last 10 years I have been retired (but still actively researching) so have been quite unable to afford to upgrade Illustrator. I feel I should now upgrade to the CC version of illustrator but am afraid that this will not read my old (CS2) .ai files. Please advise.

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