Adobe’s widely-used creative software first invaded mobile devices when Photoshop debuted on the iPad in 2019. Illustrator arrived the year after, and Adobe has continued to roll out new software on mobile devices since.
Though popular, Adobe is far from being praised for being budget-friendly for consumers. The company’s new bundle, however, makes some of its iOS apps significantly more affordable.
Get Five Creative iPad Apps in This Adobe Bundle
On Tuesday, Adobe launched a collection of iPad apps on the App Store for photo editing, graphic design, art, and social media management. It’s called the “Adobe Design Mobile Bundle,” and includes the following apps:
The bundle allows you to pay a single subscription ($ 14.99/month or $ 149.99/year) to access for all of the above, which is about half the price you’d pay if you were to buy all the apps separately. The subscription also includes 100GB of cloud storage, as well as access to Adobe Fonts, Behance, and Portfolio.
Is Adobe Responding to Criticism of Being Overpriced?
At the time of writing, all apps included in the bundle are exclusive to iOS. Each app was designed for a sleek and easy-to-use experience on the iPad, and is compatible with the Apple Pencil.