Thanks for the reply but I'm not certain it answers my question: Is Typekit included in the Photoshop Photography Program with no additional costs?
Hi Wolf Eilers,
Thanks for your interest in Typekit! The Photoshop Photography Program includes a Typekit Trial plan, which allows you to sync a selection of fonts from the Typekit library to your desktop and use them on the web as well.
If you would like to have full access to all of the fonts in the Typekit library, you would need to upgrade to the Portfolio level. If you would like to do that:
1) sign in at https://typekit.com/login with your Adobe ID and password
2) visit typekit.com/plans, and select the "upgrade" option underneath Portfolio. Your Typekit plan upgrade will be billed separately from your Creative Cloud payments. The Portfolio plan is $49.99/year.
There are links from the Typekit plans page which show you the fonts that are included in each subscription level:
I hope that this helps; let me know if you have any other questions. Best,
Thank you for the clear answer however Adobe's documentation (as shown in my initial posting) is not clear on the matter. It would appear that a single-app membership including the Photoshop Photography Program offer only a Typekit Trial plan.
I'm sorry that the information on the Creative Cloud plans page is ambiguous, Wolf. I will request that this be clarified that the Photography Package may not have the same Typekit plan as the single-application CC subscriptions.
Please let me know if I can be of any further help,
I can't believe it is offered in single app, but not in the photography package? What a rip off.
Why a rip off? The two plans are aimed at two different target users and are packaged differently to suit those users.
The Photography Plan is aimed at photographers and gives you 2 apps (Photoshop and Lightroom) for $10/month.
Subscribers to the Single App Photoshop plan pay $20/month and get only Photoshop.
Including Typekit in the Single App plan seems reasonable since they are paying twice as much, are not getting Lightroom and they are more likely to use Typekit.
Full comparison of the two plans: