Typekit Portfolio now included in single-app Creative Cloud subscriptions
Starting today, Creative Cloud single-app subscriptions will include a Portfolio plan from Typekit at no additional cost. This includes full access to desktop fonts sync, and should be especially good news for those of you who are excited to try out the new integrations with InDesign and Illustrator.
What is a single-app subscription?
A single-app subscription gives you access to the full version of just one Adobe application for less than the price of a subscription to the entire Creative Cloud suite. You can subscribe to more than one single app, but if you need more than a couple, you may find CC Complete to be the best value.
A Typekit Portfolio plan is now included when you subscribe to any of these applications:
- Adobe Muse
- Flash Professional
- Adobe Edge Inspect
- Adobe Edge Animate
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- After Effects
What if I already have a Typekit account?
If you’re not a Creative Cloud subscriber and would like to check it out, you can always test the waters with a free plan, which offers 30-day trials for all Creative Cloud apps. We’ll walk you through the process of connecting your Typekit account to Creative Cloud if you’re ready to take the plunge with a subscription.
What if I already have a single-app subscription?
Your next step is simple: sign in to Typekit with your Adobe ID and password to start using your new Portfolio plan.
If you’re already using Typekit and have upgraded your plan independently of Creative Cloud, we’ve got your back. Sign in to Typekit again now, make sure you’ve linked your Typekit account to your Adobe ID, and you will receive an automatic refund for the time left on your subscription.
Any questions about getting started? Get in touch with us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.