Bad news for subscribers of Creative cloud. Adobe is increasing the prices of its suite worldwide, including in Brazil.
The most basic plan (“Photography,” which includes Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, Photoshop, and 20GB of cloud storage), cost $ 35 a month here in Brazil and $ 10 a month in the United States; now it has gone to $ 43 a month around here and to $ 20 a month, l. The jump in the US was so big (100%) that the plan temporarily disappeared from the Creative Cloud page, according to the PetaPixel.
All other plans have also undergone various readjustments (including for schools and universities), as reported by the Tecnoblog. The “All Apps” plan (which includes the full collection of Adobe apps, 100GB of cloud storage, Adobe Portfolio, Adobe Fonts, and Adobe Spark), for example, went from $ 175 to $ 224 per month.
Please note that all amounts given above are for a full year prepayment; If one wants to pay monthly, they are even more expensive. And yes, readjustments affect both new and old subscribers.
Price adjustments (up) are never welcome, of course, but I've always found the price of the “Photography” plan fairly fair to those who actually use these apps professionally. Already for general consumers and / or people who may open a Photoshop of life 1-2 times a month, paying $ 43 a month is not very easy when there are excellent alternatives and with interesting prices that you pay only once (without signature).
As always, there is nothing better than the market itself to "tell" Adobe whether her decision was correct or not.