We've downloaded onto 2 imacs Creative Cloud Software and there are not problems at this stage.
How do I get the Apps onto one Ipad only for Creative Cloud??
This was part of the original thread you responded too but I have branched out your discussion to make it more specific. This is already discussed under the Touch Apps FAQ - http://www.adobe.com/products/touchapps/faq.html. Here is the relevant excerpt:
Customers who sign up for an annual membership to Creative Cloud or who buy a 12-month prepaid card at a retailer or online store will be eligible for a free month of Creative Cloud when they purchase and sign in from three qualifying Adobe Touch Apps from Google Play or the Apple App Store. This includes Adobe Collage, Adobe Debut, Adobe Ideas, Adobe Kuler, Photoshop Touch, and Adobe Proto.
Customers who purchase an annual membership directly from Adobe and qualify for this offer will not be charged for the month of service following sign-in from their third Adobe Touch App.
Customers who purchase a 12-month prepaid card from a retailer or online store and qualify for this offer will have one month added to the duration of their membership.
Creative Cloud members will be notified about their free month within 60 days of signing in to their third qualifying Adobe Touch App
ok thanks again. This forum is a great way to get info. When I get up to speed with the Apps I'll come back and ask for help to how to generate Apps from Indesign. I've looked at a couple videos from Terry White which are also a great help.
I have also been a little confused by this - does seem very odd that the Photoshop touch is part of the creative cloud membership and yet when you try and get a copy, you get placed over in the play store and asked to pay for it. Doesn't seem to sit very easily with the idea of an all inclusive membership. Perhaps there are some notes about this on the page ???
Andrew713 we simply can't entitle members to download the software through the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store at no charge. Please see post #1 which discusses how you can obtain a credit for your purchase.