Types of Adobe Creative Cloud license:
Shared Device License: Only available as an All Apps license. These can be installed on one device. Can be installed on an office computer that might be shared by a number of users. Give access to the free fonts at https://fonts.adobe.com/fonts (currently 179 font families). Users are able to login to use the software on entitled devices. Shared Device License applications are 2019 versions and will continue to be updated.
Named License: All Apps and Single Application licenses are available. They are assigned to a User.They include Cloud Services and for the All Apps license access to all Adobe fonts available at https://fonts.adobe.com/fonts (currently 1654 font families). Single Application licenses give access to the free fonts at https://fonts.adobe.com/fonts (currently 179 font families). Named licenses can be installed on a single user’s desktop and the same user’s laptop (often translated by non-profit organisations to home computer). This could be two laptops or two desktops, one could be a PC and the other a Mac. Named License applications are 2019 versions and will continue to be updated.
With all Creative Cloud licenses the software is installed on the computer; you do not need to be connected to the internet to use the applications.
Click here for Adobe’s overview of Named and Shared Device All Apps licenses.Please substitute references to "education” with "Charity/NfP” and ignore references to the US-only Student use only option.
Renewing at the end of 12 months
You will not receive a bill out of the blue. Creative Cloud licenses run for 12 months. A few weeks before your anniversary date Entec will contact you and, if you wish to renew,we will organise this for you and invoice you for a further 12 months.Subject to any fluctuations from Adobe the cost to renew will be the same as for the previous year. You get 30 days grace at the end of the twelve months to give plenty of time to renew, after which the software will stop working.
We can only supply licenses for use in the following countries:
Countries in the European Union and European Free Trade Association (EU/EFTA): Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria,Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta,Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom. Licenses for use in other countries and continents need to be purchased locally.