Adobe CS6 is, according to Adobe, the latest suite of its design applications marketed as the US company is changing its commercial model. From June onwards, all products (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash, etc.) will be available through the Internet on a subscription basis, while allowing storage and file access to the cloud and <...>
specifically in the Creative Cloud service.
This change will be done simultaneously for all operating systems, including Windows, MAC OS, Android, with the ability to automatically sync files across devices.
Each user will have 20GB storage space in Creative Cloud with the ability to acquire extra space through a subscription starting with 19,90 dollars per month.
According to statements made in the announcement, the cause of the change in Adobe's business model is to switch consumers now to Internet subscription services (noting the examples of Netflix and Spotify).
Such services are now easier for the user since they will always have at their disposal all of the company's latest tools, as opposed to their traditional way of selling, to a certain degree the sense that each product seemed outmoded almost immediately after it was acquired .
Adobe tools are considered a must for everyone web designer on the planet after adobe software like dreamweaver, flash etc (former macromedia) are used in creating web pages and to creating an e-shop.