« on: August 06, 2014, 12:15:58 PM »
Before the subscription service I'd be forever getting knock-offs and constantly having to find new codes when I turned on PS and forgot to turn my internet connection off...
I'm fully with it now! full package. I use LR, PS, Illustrator & InDesign on an almost daily basis and I've learnt to video edit in Premier Pro. It's a brilliant package for the price and it's constantly updating. It's a shame more software doesn't work like this.
That might just be the opinion of a professional though as I'm sure the average ammeter doesn't feel the need for constant updates and is possibly happy with just having Photoshop 5.5 from years ago.
Here in the UK it's £49 a month which some would argue is a little on the expensive side but if you're earning through your output from these programs then there shouldn't really be a problem with the outlay
That's interesting, thanks for weighing in. I would guess that you're exactly the person that Adobe was going after with the subscription; those that were using pirated copies, to offer a low enough price to pull them in. However, I'm surprised they got you in at £49/month. At $10/month it makes sense to me, most can shrug that off as insignificant, which I'm sure is why they chose that pricepoint. But at £49/month you're paying the full cost of the program annually (quite a bit more in the US actually). Sure, it's the cost of business, I'm not commenting on people paying that amount. Only that you wouldn't pay the cost for a legitimate copy before, but now you'll pay the equivalent monthly. What convinced you?