Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition available to Creative Cloud members

Targeted to design professionals working in or serving small businesses, Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition delivers integration with InDesign CS6, enabling designers to leverage their existing skills, retain creative control, and expand their design services to tablet publishing. Designers can easily create tablet apps for the Apple iPad, such as brochures, portfolios, annual reports, and more.

For customers interested in publishing to additional platforms (Kindle, Android) and publishing multi-issue apps, Adobe Digital Publishing Suite offers Pro and Enterprise editions that might be better suited to meet your needs.

Key features of Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition include:

  • Ability to design and submit single-issue apps to the Apple App Store without writing code
  • Streamlined workflow tailored for designers, including integration with InDesign
  • Rapid testing and preview directly to iPad (Mac OS required)
  • Dual-definition design: The ability to design and build one app that is optimized for HD and SD (iPad 1 & iPad2)
  • Ability to update Single Edition app after it has been submitted to and approved by the Apple App Store
  • Viewer Builder has been re-branded as DPS App Builder

Important information for customers who are interested in using DPS, Single Edition:

  • You will need to register¬†as an Apple Developer and pay the $99 annual fee.
  • DPS App Builder is a Mac-only application. Also, Apple requires that you use a Mac to submit your app to the Apple App Store.
  • You will need to install the Digital Publishing Suite Desktop Tools update in InDesign.

There will be many resources available on September 19, including:

We are excited to announce that on September 18, 2012, at 9:01 pm PDT, Creative Cloud members will be able to submit an unlimited number of DPS, Single Edition apps to the Apple App store.

DPS, Single Edition will continue to be available as a standalone product on for $395 / app. The improved workflow and new features will be applicable to standalone customers as well, but only Creative Cloud members will be able to submit unlimited apps at no additional cost. Finally, DPS, SE standalone is compatible with CS5, CS5.5 and CS6.



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  • By Kate - 2:59 AM on November 23, 2012  

    Can you view a single edition app on the iPhone?

  • By James Griggs - 11:12 AM on November 2, 2012  

    I am a creative cloud subscriber, and I am just wondering could someone from Adobe please answer my questions that were asked on Sept 24th and Oct 5th. It really would be great to have answers to those.

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  • By James Griggs - 3:02 PM on October 5, 2012  

    Do single editions work on iPhone?

  • By James Griggs - 7:19 PM on September 24, 2012  

    Can Medialets be used in single edition apps?

  • By Andy - 1:17 PM on September 24, 2012  

    Good to know, I’m thinking about suscribing… sounds like a good deal to me, but I’ll have to read the fine print regardless.

  • By Alan Shutko - 5:27 PM on September 21, 2012  

    @LightbulbIT: One does not need a Mac to submit to the iTunes Music store or the iBookStore. It is needed to submit an iOS app to the App Store.

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  • By LightbulbIT - 11:30 PM on September 19, 2012  

    It is not necessary to own a Mac to publish to the Apple store (but maybe for this “arrangement”).

  • By jasper tuddies - 9:27 PM on September 19, 2012  

    what a fine thing we have here…if i could count on nickels from heaven i could get me a cc membership

  • By James Griggs - 7:25 PM on September 19, 2012  

    Awesome! I can start to republish my mag!

  • By Ali - 6:58 PM on September 19, 2012  

    will it be possible to publish to android platform in the future?

  • By Anthony - 7:05 AM on September 19, 2012  

    Woop! I knew it was worth subscribing to cloud. Thanks.