6 Replies Latest reply on Jul 26, 2014 12:44 PM by matthew lewis

    Adobe is Resetting Free Trials for Creative Cloud, Try It for Another 30 Days Free. Hoax?


      Recieved a post from Lifehacker stating that got an E-mail saying that those with expired CC trials with have another 30 days because Adobe is resetting the trial.  I went to update my expired software and this did not work.  Is this a hoax?  Source: http://view.mail.adobesystems.com/?j=fec716787d61047c&m=fe9d157073640c7e75&ls=fe2515737661 0d74731674&l=ff971272&s=fe4f12787c60037e7012&jb=ff5f127776&ju=fe8f167474600c787d&r=0



      According to Lifehacker,  Adobe is currently sending out emails to notify users that they are  resetting everybody’s Creative Cloud 30-day free trial. If you’ve not  given the newest versions of the software a chance and you’re not one of  the people who is dead set against it, now is a great time to see if  what you’re missing is worth jumping into the subscription model.

      For now all we have is this email linked to by Lifehacker,  so we’re still not sure who all the news affects or when exactly you  can update CC and get another 30 days, but it does seem to be legit as  it comes straight from Adobe’s website.

      Oh, and if you like what you try out, keep in mind that Adobe’s Photoshop Photography Program — you know, that bundle where you get Lightroom 5, Photoshop CC and  several other goodies for only $10/month if you sign up for a year — is  still alive and kicking for US users regardless of previous product ownership


      PS I plan on purchasing CC very soon. AS I think with my financial situation for just playing and learning the software it's the best option.