The one exception to this is Photoshop CC. Photoshop CC requires an Adobe Creative Cloud Membership to download and if you are just getting CC for the first time your membership will be locked to the desktop version until you have been a member for a month. This is done to ensure you are fully trusted. If you have been a member for a month or more in the past, Photoshop CC will unlock and allow you to use the desktop app version.
Creative Cloud users on Mac OS X and Windows can now try out Adobe Acrobat CC 2014, the first version of which is available in the Creative Cloud. Acrobat CC 2014 is freely available on the Creative Cloud. For more information on Acrobat CC 2014, read this article .
Creative Cloud users on Mac OS X and Windows are able to try out Adobe Illustrator CC 2014, which is freely available on the Creative Cloud. For more information on Illustrator CC 2014, read this article .
Acrobat CC 2014 adds new features including digital page guides, multi-page documents, annotation, form creation, PDF text recognition and version control. These are features that can be accessed when using the desktop version of Acrobat Pro.
The Creative Cloud already includes free access to Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe InDesign CS6 and Adobe After Effects CC. These programs are available on the Creative Cloud website and can be installed directly in your web browser.
Note: There’s no free trial of the new CC 2014 apps. However, if you sign up for the “free” CC membership level (Creative Cloud for desktop) or the “free” CC membership level for mobile devices (Creative Cloud for mobile device) you get the new CC 2014 apps for free. And the “free” CC membership level for desktop and mobile devices includes everything that the paid membership levels for desktop and mobile devices (Creative Cloud for desktop and Creative Cloud for mobile device) do. The list of CC 2014 apps can be found here: http://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/2014/06/creative-cloud-2014-apps.html .
The table below lists the memberships required to access each of the 14 new CC 2014 apps and what you’ll get in the free trial. You can sign up for one or more of the available memberships at http://creativecloud.adobe.com/pricing/ .
Try Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 – Creative Cloud members can download this app as part of the free CC trial, and now the free CC trial allows you to try it for 30 days. Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 is a major update to the venerable graphics app.
Try Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 – Creative Cloud members can download this app as part of the free CC trial, and now the free CC trial allows you to try it for 30 days. Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 is a major update to the venerable vector graphics app.
Also, please note that these trials are not available for download through Apple’s iTunes Store. For that, you’ll need to use the Creative Cloud Desktop app or go directly to Adobe’s Creative Cloud site and then purchase the subscription. 827ec27edc