Adobe launches some new mobile apps and its first hardware, plus a new software development kit that it hopes will bring in third-party supporters.
Jefferies and CNET are conducting a new survey about Adobe's subscription program and increasingly elderly CS6 software. Will you renew? What competing products have you bought?
In the update now available, Creative Cloud subscribers will see a boatload of enhancements to Photoshop -- including some interesting support for 3D printing -- and some minor changes for InDesign and Illustrator.
Some special promotions have significantly lowered the price of Photoshop and Lightroom subscriptions through Adobe's Creative Cloud option. CNET and Jefferies are surveying customers about the issue.
Adobe has offered a workaround to this issue by reimplementing components that Apple has removed from its APIs.
Adobe users have narrowed the InDesign crash problem down to the software running on OS X 10.7.4 on newer Apple hardware.
Xara Designer Pro X9, which bundles the company's tools for image editing, illustration, Web design, and layout, now is available, and customers don't need a subscription.
Until the end of the month, anyone who buys or upgrades to the layout software -- an Adobe InDesign competitor -- will get the upcoming version 10.
Companies like Corel, Xara, Nitro, Nuance, and Pixelmator are taking advantage of customers' displeasure with Adobe's shift from selling Creative Suite perpetual licenses to Creative Cloud subscriptions.
While haters are hating Adobe's shift to subscription-only software, a price comparison shows plenty of customers won't be gouged by the Cloud.