Thanks a million for your support

From the day Creative Cloud launched, we’ve been proud to be a part of it. Today on the Adobe Conversations blog, David Wadhwani has a few announcements—most notably, that over a million people have now signed up for premium Creative Cloud subscriptions.

That’s a lot of people: if every Creative Cloud member were to meet up in the same place, we’d form the 10th-biggest city in the United States. Check out David’s message for more details about Creative Cloud’s growth, as well as a few additions to the service we think you’ll enjoy.

We’d like to send a big thank-you out to all our customers for being part of this growth. We’ve already heard great feedback from many of you who have tried out desktop font sync through our early access program, and we’re excited to help you do even more amazing work.

If you’re curious to learn more about Creative Cloud and see a few demonstrations, the team’s going on tour—ask your questions in person at one of these free events! The tour kicks off this week in San Francisco (the nation’s 14th-largest city, for the record), with opening remarks from our very own Jeff Veen.

We’re here at if you have any questions about using Typekit in conjunction with a Creative Cloud account. Get in touch anytime—we’ll be happy to welcome you to town.

3 Responses

  1. Typekit was definitely worth the wait. I love it!

  2. Don Lau says:

    What ever happened to Adobe Type Manager? I bought it years ago. Since I use Win 7 and 8, I doubt that ATM still works. Why not re-release ATM in an updated Win 7 and/or 8 version? I’d like to use store-bought fonts that I can use in both Adobe and non-Adobe store-bought software without having to be on-line to use them as, apparently is the case in the upcoming TypeKit. Please advise. Thanks.

    1. Liz Galle says:

      Don, fonts synced from Typekit will work while you are offline as long as the Creative Cloud application is still running on your computer. Quitting the app will make the synced fonts temporarily unavailable.

      If you are having problems with that, please email so that we can take a look.

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