Adobe Muse gets parallax scrolling tool

You may have noticed we've run quite a few stories on Creative Bloq this week concerning Adobe design software. The theme that runs through them all has been the announcement that the company's Creative Suite (boxed products available for a one-off payment) has been replaced by the Creative Cloud subscription only mode. That means the latest versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver and After Effects are only available to rent, not buy.

That also applies to the freshly minted version of Adobe's relatively young web design tool, Muse - now titled 'Muse CC'. And as with all the Creative Cloud products, Muse has received a number of new features and updates to tempt you to sign up to the Cloud.

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