Adobe Creative Cloud

September 24, 2012 /Uncategorized /

Now Available: New tools & services for a beautiful, modern web

Great news for web designers and developers! Adobe Edge Tools & Services have just been added to your Creative Cloud membership. You can now use all of the Edge Tools & Services to design and develop for modern browsers and mobile devices–including Edge Animate, Edge Inspect (formerly called Shadow), Edge Web Fonts, PhoneGap Build, Typekit and a preview of Edge Code. By the end of the year we will also add a preview of Edge Reflow.

These tools and services will enable you to create beautiful, mobile-ready content and apps with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Combine one or many Adobe Edge Tools and Services along with existing tools and technologies to design, animate, code, package, and deliver your content and apps. Watch this video to learn more.

If you have a paid Creative Cloud membership, you now have access to all of these tools and services along with any future additions and updates we deliver. We’re also making the Edge Tools & Services available to everyone who is signed up for a free Creative Cloud membership. If you aren’t a paid member and want to try these tools, just sign up for a free membership . All you need is an Adobe ID.


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  • By DIONY MARTIAL - 12:19 PM on September 24, 2012  

    i want to test your news tools

  • By Ronnie Acevedo - 12:59 PM on September 24, 2012  

    Exelente iniciativa..

  • By Jan Bartůněk - 3:27 PM on September 27, 2012  

    Great job! I love these new Edge products and the way you support evolution of web technologies!

    • By akyndofgreanishlite - 11:05 AM on October 2, 2012  

      Like being able to sync automatically with the Creative Cloud file management system, and not having to drag new versions of a file into the browser everytime you save ;p

  • By wendy schumacher - 10:51 PM on September 27, 2012  

    Pretty sure this is not the correct place but kind of sick of looking for a place to poat a suggestion for ther safari browser. It would be the perfect browser for my facebook games if it had an extension that would allow me to right click facebook posts so I can share where I want. It is fast faster than chrome and firefox. Whenever I have an issue with my facebook games I can go to safari and it works fine. But I am stuck using google chrome because Safari doesn’t have an extension that will allow me to right click face book posts . check out click trap remover for chrome so yu can see what I am talking about. Safari is faster and works better but since I can’t right click I am stuck using google’ super slow chrome and firefox that doesn’t work half the time

  • By Alex - 9:41 PM on October 4, 2012  


    I have a long-standing Adobe ID account.

    I saw the notes about updating the installers and the certification ID kits, etc.

    However, when I go to Creative Cloud to try out the EDGE products, the pop up window keeps telling me that my Adobe ID and/or password are wrong — even though I am signed in at the time.

    I’d like to try these products, but I cannot get into the system.


    • By Ken G. Rice - 11:47 AM on October 5, 2012  


      I will contact you via email to resolve your issue. For anyone experiencing a problem or if you just have a question please post in the Creative Cloud forum here An Adobe employee or a fellow customer will be able to help you.

      Ken G. Rice

  • By eUKhost - 11:25 AM on October 5, 2012  

    Hey, That’s really great and thank you so much for such wonderful information.

  • By Somesh - 10:27 AM on October 16, 2012  

    Great work! Looking forward to explore these tools.

  • By Darthe - 1:13 PM on October 31, 2012  

    Does Edge Animate have a way to import Flash graphic symbols, or movie clips? And how about tweens. Thanks

  • By Mary - 5:47 PM on November 27, 2012  

    Hi there,

    Edge animate has disappeared from my paid cloud membership page and I need to download it to a second computer. Has it been discontinued? I really need it!

  • By Steve - 6:44 AM on April 15, 2013  

    Amazing, we’ve been waiting for this!