Available Now: Adobe Creative Cloud

Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of Adobe’s Creative Cloud service, a new subscription service that gives you access to all of the Adobe Creative Suite applications, plus touch apps, and services — including Typekit. What’s more, Creative Cloud includes tools for file sharing, collaboration, and publishing, and new apps and features will be available to members as soon as they are released. You can read more about Creative Cloud (and what’s in store for the future) from Typekit’s founder, Jeff Veen.

If you subscribe to Creative Cloud, you’ll receive a Typekit Portfolio plan along with your subscription. You will get all the applications that come with Creative Suite and a Typekit account with access to our full library — for just $49.99 a month. (If you’ve previously purchased Creative Suite 3 or later, your first year of Creative Cloud will cost just $29.99 a month.)

If you are a current Typekit user on the Personal, Portfolio, or Performance plans, you will be able to upgrade to a Creative Cloud subscription. When you do so, you’ll receive a prorated refund for the time remaining on your current Typekit plan. But this upgrade is optional: if you prefer, you can stick with your current Typekit plan just as it is. All of Typekit’s plans will continue to be available standalone through typekit.com.

In order to take advantage of Creative Cloud (and receive your refund, if appropriate), you must first update your Typekit account to use Adobe ID. Your Adobe ID will allow us to link your Creative Cloud subscription to your Typekit account. Read on to learn how to link your existing Typekit account to a new Creative Cloud subscription.

If you’re new to Typekit, getting started with Creative Cloud and Typekit couldn’t be easier. Learn how you can start using Typekit with your Creative Cloud subscription right away.

As always, if you have any questions, feel free to ask them here or reach out to support@typekit.com.

4 Responses

  1. Budovski says:

    Just curious, I have Creative Cloud and loving typekit but if I want access to the full typekit suite of fonts is there a way to upgrade on my existing plan or do I have to take out a $99 one year subscription?

    1. Mandy Brown says:

      A paid Creative Cloud account comes with a Typekit Portfolio Plan, which includes access to the full library of fonts. If you are having trouble accessing all of the fonts, please drop a line to support@typekit.com and we’ll get your account sorted.

  2. I am waiting to get the creative cloud and I am trying to use Typekit to get update.

    Thanks for your nice information.

  3. Fuller says:

    Another appreciable work from Adobe. Excited to work with it.

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Mandy Brown

Mandy Brown

Co-Founder and Editor at A Book Apart, Editor at A List Apart, Community & Support Manager at Typekit

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