Adobe's Controversial Subscription Model Proves Surprisingly PopularBy
When Adobe decided last year to shift from being a company that sells software to one that rents it out, consumers were nothing short of furious. Avid Photoshoppers described the subscription model as predatory, complained loudly on forums across the Internet, and petitioned the White House to step in. Then, it seems, they signed up for monthly subs.
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