You Can Try Adobe Creative Cloud For a Month, Even If You've Already Done the Trial

Time to get another 30 days free

adobe cc reset

adobe cc reset

Adobe has been sending out emails to customers, letting them know that the clock has been reset on Creative Cloud trials, giving you an extra 30 days to take the subscription software for a spin, free of charge.

In the email, Adobe says:

We’ve reset our Creative Cloud free trial versions.

We’re notifying all Adobe Creative Cloud members that we’ve reset the clock on our product trials, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. So even if you’ve previously tried these products, you can try them again to test-drive more than 20 new features.

Just launch the Creative Cloud desktop app and click “Update” next to the app you want to try.

If you’re interested in upgrading your membership, call 800-585-0774 or click here to find out about plan options. Or check out the Photoshop CC plus Lightroom 5 plan, available for US$9.99/month* for a limited time.

Thank you.

One of the major selling points of Creative Cloud is that Adobe will be able to continually update it, without having to push through distinct versions. By resetting the trial, people who might have given Creative Cloud a try when it first launched, but weren't impressed, are now given an opportunity to play with the new features.

Whether it'll work to bring more customers into the highly contentious creative cloud program remains to be seen.