Adobe digital editions will soon be available in Canada
Adobe digital edition (ADMX) licenses for all digital products will soon become available in Canadian markets, the company announced Wednesday.
“Adobe is proud to announce that we are the first digital publishers to offer Adobe Digital Editions in Canada,” the company said in a statement.
“This announcement will allow consumers to enjoy the benefits of digital content while supporting local creators and businesses.”
This means that Canadians will be able to access the best of Adobe’s digital content and services through our online platform and the ease of purchasing directly from our partner retailers.
“It’s not only a way for publishers to make money but also a way of making content that is accessible and fun. “
There are a lot of options for digital distribution,” Adobe Vice President of Content & Media Services Michael Eichelberger said in an interview.
Eichellberger also said digital editions could eventually be available at Canadian retailers such as Amazon.com and Target.com. “
I think there’s a lot more opportunity for the digital media market, for content creators to be able put together content that they want to share, and we’re excited about the opportunity to help them achieve that.”
Eichellberger also said digital editions could eventually be available at Canadian retailers such as Amazon.com and Target.com.
The company also said it plans to offer a range of new digital editions for consumers and developers, including Adobe’s newest Digital Edition, the Adobe Premiere and Premiere Pro, and the Adobe Creative Cloud digital services.
Adobe also announced that it will begin offering an Adobe Digital Edition subscription for businesses and education institutions.
“We believe that the digital ecosystem is a great opportunity for publishers, students and educators to learn more about how digital media works,” Eicherts said in the company’s statement.
The digital edition program also comes after digital services such as Netflix and Amazon have recently become more popular.
“Digital platforms offer a unique opportunity to engage audiences and consumers on topics they care about, without requiring them to pay for digital subscriptions,” EICherts added.
“As a digital platform, we’re seeing more and more creators using the platform to share their work, which is why we believe digital editions are a great solution for our publishers and users.”
Adobe’s new digital edition will also be available for existing digital products from its partner retailers, such as the iBookstore and Macmillan Canada, as well as for Adobe’s own software and digital services, such the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The announcement follows Adobe’s decision to offer an Adobe digital license for all Adobe products in the United States.
That program is available for all versions of the Adobe software, including its free, commercial, and professional versions.
Adobe said it also plans to release an Adobe Creative cloud edition later this year.
In addition to the new digital licenses, Adobe said that it plans an ad-supported digital subscription for consumers in Canada.
“Canada is the fastest-growing digital market in the world and we are excited to continue to be a leader in digital publishing in Canada, the fastest growing market in Canada for publishers,” Eichberg said in his statement.
Adobe’s announcement comes on the heels of the company announcing earlier this week that it had entered into a licensing agreement with Canada’s government to provide digital licenses for public libraries, museums, universities, and others.