Adobe Launches iPad Creative App Bundle for $14.99 per Month

Adobe has today announced the launch of a new iPad app bundle, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Fresco, Spark Post, and Creative Cloud at half price.

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In a new blog post titled "Everything's coming together for mobile creativity," Adobe set out its vision for the future of creative productivity on the iPad, explaining that "The combination of an ‌iPad‌ and the remarkably precise Apple Pencil makes for a natural, intuitive, and familiar interface, basically mirroring the way most of us began creating, with a pencil or crayon on paper."

In the development of all successful technologies there comes a tipping point — a moment when technology, design, availability, and an understanding of the needs of the market all mature and that technology suddenly seems not only viable, but inevitable. I believe we are at that tipping point now with mobile creative tools.

To kickstart users interested in committing to mobile creativity using Adobe apps singularly on the ‌iPad‌, the company is offering a new Design Mobile Bundle for ‌iPad‌.

The bundle includes Photoshop, Illustrator, Fresco, Spark Post, and the Creative Cloud app, along with access to services like Adobe Fonts, Behance, and Portfolio, plus 100 GB of storage, all for $14.99 per month or $149.99 per year. This is 50 percent off the total price of the apps if subscribed to separately. Customers can download the bundle directly from the App Store.

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Top Rated Comments

Bustycat Avatar
17 weeks ago
Just some references: Affinity Designer & Photo now 10 USD (one-time) each after a 50% discount
Score: 19 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Born2Run Avatar
17 weeks ago

Nobody cares. The apps are more popular than ever, cheaper than ever and nearly every company is doing it. Autodesk, The Foundry, Pixologic, etc

You can use the cheap substitute apps if you want but they won’t be industry leading and you will not be either.
I care!
I hate subscription models too!

Affinity over Adobe any day.
Score: 15 Votes (Like | Disagree)
x-evil-x Avatar
17 weeks ago
I hate subscription models. Makes me not ever want to use their software again and look elsewhere.
Some things (most things)should be one time payments with a possible smaller upgrade fee for new software every year or two.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macduke Avatar
17 weeks ago
Not including Lightroom Mobile is a dealbreaker. It's their best iPad app.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Born2Run Avatar
17 weeks ago

Just some references: Affinity Designer & Photo now 10 USD (one-time) each after a 50% discount
Even $20 each for a one time purchase is a better deal than the Adobe garbage!
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iMaK18 Avatar
17 weeks ago
I think it’s BS that you have to pay monthly for Adobe software.

I wish they would bring back the full purchase again, I don’t care how much I have to pay. Or lower the price monthly.
Or maybe introduce a new way to pay, such a one time daily, one timemonthly license or one time yearly license.
It’s annoying have to subscribe and have to keep tabs on crap that you’re not using, so you have to cancel the subscription until you’re ready to use it again.
The purpose of a subscription is a reoccurring payment for reoccurring service.

for some people, photoshop is a personal tool they like to use, not a daily thing they use for work. Professionals who rely on it for work, it makes sense to pay that.
But if I need to use it for a day or 2 out of the whole month, it’s not fair to pay the same amount as someone who will use it non stop.
they need to restructure their business model to segregate professionals from non professional users so the pricing reflects what you are using it for.

At the end of the day, it was so simple to just buy the freaking license so own the software and you can use it at your own leisure without worrying about “oh man, am I still paying for this? Should I cancel it because I haven’t used it all this month? Damn, I just paid 30 dollars for a month of software that I didn’t even use”

it’s just dumb. This wouldn’t be an issue if they weren’t greedy bastards jumping on the subscription bandwagon.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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