All free trials of the Creative Cloud apps have just been reset back to the 30-day period, courtesy of an update by Adobe. The move comes in just a week after Adobe rolled out a massive update to its Creative Cloud suite of apps.

All users who were on the brink of running out of time for a free trial, the reset has saved the day for now, but really, it’s just 30 days after all. Adobe has been known to throw in these resets whenever it pushes out new releases or a significant update so that users can understand and experience firsthand just what these new features have to offer. Adobe CC 2015 happens to be that significant update, as it not only brings brand new features to the existing apps, but introduces a new one as well – Adobe Stock.


Adobe, on its website is says: “We’ve reset our Creative Cloud trial versions so you can see what’s new. The 2015 release of Creative Cloud is here and we’ve reset the clock on our product trials.” The Photoshop developer has also identified that Adobe Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and InDesign CC as the products that are being covered by this trial reset. Resetting the trial is pretty easy with users having to simply update the app they wish to try.

How exactly you ask?

Launch the Creative Cloud desktop app on your computer, look for the app you wish to try out for 30 days, and hit the “Update” button right next to that app.

Here’s the list of apps Adobe has updated as part of the Creative Cloud 2015 suite of apps:

  • Camera Raw 9.1
  • Lightroom CC 2015.1 and Lightroom 6.1
  • Photoshop CC (25th Anniversary)
  • Premiere Pro CC
  • After Effects CC
  • Illustrator CC
  • InDesign CC
  • Dreamweaver CC
  • Adobe Muse
  • And of course, the introduction of the brand new Adobe Stock

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Now, if you find yourself coming dangerously close to the end of the 30-day trial period, then you may want to look into the various Creative Cloud subscription plans which start from as low as $9.99 a month. For now though, enjoy the latest Adobe CC apps for free!

You can get started with Creative Cloud by going here.

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