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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Blame the app stores: Adobe Touch apps not in Creative Cloud

When Adobe Systems launched its Creative Cloud subscription last week, it turned out not to be as comprehensive a package of software and services as the company first planned.

The company initially pitched the $50-per-month subscription plan as an all-you-can-eat offering, but limits on app store sales meant that Adobe had to strip its Touch apps for Android and iOS tablets out of the Creative Cloud.

"Our intention is to have Touch Apps included in the annual membership. However, we use iOS App Store and Google Play to deliver this software and unfortunately, the infrastructure of the app marketplaces were not built to deliver subscription-based software suites that work across desktop, tablet, and mobile devices," spokeswoman Vanessa Rios said today.

As an alternative, Adobe instead offers a free month of the Creative Cloud subscription to those who buy three of the $10 Touch apps.

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