Adobe Creative Cloud – yours for £38 per month

Adobe has revealed to us more details of its Creative Cloud – to be launched the same time as CS6 later this year (dates still to be confirmed). Adobe is stating that it's a "major period of transformation" for the company, with all of CS6's tools, all of the Touch apps (including Photoshop Touch for iPad) and a number of publishing tools being included in a £38 monthly fee. The £38 per month is dependent on an annual contract, and month-by-month pricing will be announced shortly. There's also a 'team' version in the works coming later in 2012.

So, what exactly do you get for the £38 per month? Well, for a start you get access to the CS6 Master Collection and Lightroom 4 – which you can download under the normal licensing restrictions (two user licences as standard). Both Mac and PC versions are included, so if you want to install Photoshop on your MacBook Pro and After Effects on your Windows box (for example) it's not a problem. Apps run on the desktop – not from the cloud – and you don't need to be constantly connected to the internet to use desktop apps. Individual product subscriptions will also be available, if you want them.

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