Adobe's new Design Mobile Bundle brings Photoshop, Illustrator, and more under one subscription
What you need to know
- Adobe has announced a new mobile bundle that includes popular iPhone and iPad apps.
- Creatives can pay $14.99 per month to get access.
Adobe has announced a new Design Mobile Bundle that includes some big-name apps across iPhone and iPad under a single subscription. Creatives will be able to use apps like Photoshop and Illustrator as well as gain 100GB of cloud storage as part of the new bundle.
Available as part of a single App Store bundle, the new offering also includes Adobe Fonts for good measure.
All of this will set users back $14.99 per month or $149.99 per year, prices that apparently offer a 50% discount on the price available via existing plans.
With iPad being a great tool for creatives this is a welcome addition to the Adobe suite of subscription offerings. Why not treat yourself to a new iPad stylus to go with your new apps as well?
You can download the new Adobe Design Mobile Bundle from the App Store now.
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