Thank you Jon.
Yes I know it is free...I exposed my question in a bad way.
In fact my question was referred only at the full sync option.
That's crazy and I don't undrestand why this limit.
Lightroom Mobile can only be used if you have a subscription to the creative cloud. Lightroom 6 is not part of the creative cloud. It is a standalone license. Although it is the same program, you won't have access to the mobile features after the 30 day trial.
Sync uses the Creative Cloud infrastructure where Adobe generates smart previews, even for large raw files.
I understand that, but if I AM a Customer and I already own Adobe Lightroom, I can't believe that there is no way to let me use this infrastructure even if I am not a CC subscriber.
In fact I can use it for a trial of 30 days!
Is only a money problem: Adobe wants that its Desktop Customers pay TWICE for the same program, and this is NOT correct!
You are not paying twice. A subscription gives you a different package of features. If you have a 64 bit system that meets the minimum requirements, you could upgrade from LR5 to the Photography Plan at $10 pm with no capital outlay. You would then get LR, Photoshop, Mobile and Web plus the tools not available in LR6 such as Dehaze, Boundary Warp and the selective adjustment tools.
You can use it as a trial for 30 days because it is the same program. But there are licensing restrictions. If you stay with Lightroom 6 then you don't have the creative cloud features and therefore cannot use Lightroom Mobile. Lightroom 6 offers a 30 day trial to allow you to evaluate the merits of having Lightroom Mobile. You have to make the decision as to whether you want to subscribe to the creative cloud or not. If you choose not to subscribe then you don't have access to Lightroom Mobile anymore.
I can understand how this seems confusing to new users. But as long as there are customers who insist on purchasing the standalone license, this confusion is going to continue.
"I can understand how this seems confusing to new users. But as long as there are customers who insist on purchasing the standalone license, this confusion is going to continue."
I don't "insist" in nothing!
I have Lightroom from the first version.
Than I upgrade it in the years.
CC is quite more new than my Adobe account.
Now I don't understand why I should waste the money I spent, forgetting my standalone version and pay for CC version.
I understand that the Adobe "politica" is oriented only to stole more money to historical Customers.
Anyway thank you for your answers.
I apologize, using the word "insist" was probably inappropriate. But the Lightroom marketing model has changed. In order to have all the benefits and all the new features that Lightroom offers it's necessary to subscribe to the creative cloud. The creative cloud version has more features with new features added periodically. And it is the only licensing option that gives you access to Lightroom Mobile. I purchased Lightroom 2, 3, 4, and 5. I am now a subscriber to the creative cloud. When you consider the cost of purchasing an upgrade in order to get new features, the creative cloud subscription plan is only marginally more expensive than purchasing a new standalone upgrade. And, additionally, you have the bonus of being able to use the latest version of Photoshop.
It's unfortunate that you feel that you are paying extra for the creative cloud. The creative cloud is the new licensing plan for Lightroom that provides all the features the program has to offer. Instead of purchasing another upgrade, you have to decide whether or not you want all the features Lightroom has to offer. If you do, then you subscribe. The choice is yours, of course.