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CNET News - Mar 19, 2014
Some customers aren't happy that Adobe's software now costs $50 every month. But 405,000 new Creative Cloud subscribers proved willing to pay in the last quarter, and Adobe shares reached $68.52 this week.
CNET News - Mar 13, 2014
The Creative Cloud subscription angered many customers, but 57 percent of those who signed up will continue to use it, a new survey by CNET and Jefferies finds.
CNET News - Mar 6, 2014
Jefferies and CNET are conducting a new survey about Adobe's subscription program and increasingly elderly CS6 software. Will you renew? What competing products have you bought?
CNET News - Dec 31, 2013
You voted with your clicks: These are the most popular Windows and Mac apps of the year on Download.com.
CNET News - Dec 3, 2013
Some special promotions have significantly lowered the price of Photoshop and Lightroom subscriptions through Adobe's Creative Cloud option. CNET and Jefferies are surveying customers about the issue.
CNET News - Sep 18, 2013
Through the end of 2013, those who bought Photoshop CS3 or later can use Adobe's photo-editing tools for $10 a month, but not everyone is pleased. Also: Lightroom 5.2 ships with new "smoothness" adjustment.
CNET News - Jun 19, 2013
Creative Cloud subscriptions jumped by 221,000 to reach 700,000 in Adobe's most recent quarter. In an exclusive interview, Adobe Chief Shantanu Narayen says that is evidence Adobe is "well on our way to a very successful transition."
CNET News - Jun 18, 2013
The company's Creative Cloud subscriber base grew to 700,000 in the second quarter, but Adobe is considering other options to woo those who don't like the monthly payment plan.
CNET News - Jun 14, 2013
Companies like Corel, Xara, Nitro, Nuance, and Pixelmator are taking advantage of customers' displeasure with Adobe's shift from selling Creative Suite perpetual licenses to Creative Cloud subscriptions.
CNET News - May 28, 2013
Adobe will adjust its subscription plans to appeal better to photo hobbyists, but it won't restore what many critics want -- an option to buy perpetual licenses to new versions of its software.
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