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Adobe Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 now available

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A few days after originally anticipated, Adobe has now made its Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 products available for purchase and download.

Adobe is making a big push for its Creative Cloud subscription service, which offers access to all 14 of its desktop apps and previews for other products. The exception is Lightroom, which Adobe says will be coming soon.

The six Adobe Touch apps are each a separate purchase, with four of those apps available for the iPad now. Adobe Collage and Adobe Proto are newly available on the App Store. The only Touch apps now available are Kuler and Debut, but they'll most likely hit the App Store soon.

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