Adobe has officially dropped support for its CS6 suite today and made the announcement at its MAX 2013 conference that it is moving to updates for Creative Cloud members only going forward. We have already detailed a ton of new features coming to Photoshop, video apps such as Premiere and After Effects, and its brand new CC design tools including updates to Illustrator, InDesign, and new Kuler, and Adobe Ideas iOS apps.

Adobe also announced today that it is rolling out big updates for its design tools starting June 17 including new features for Dreamweaver, Edge Animate, Flash Professional, and Edge Reflow. Head below for details on the new features:

Dreamweaver gets one of the biggest updates today with the addition of many features that have long been requested by users including PhoneGap Build support for building and packaging native apps for iOS and Android. Some of the other new features that Adobe is showing off at MAX include the new CSS designer, an enhanced Fluid Grid Layout, Sync settings to access files, settings, and preferences from anywhere, support for author projects using HTML, CSS, and Javascript, and brand new interface that Adobe notes has removed outdated features for a “lighter and faster application.”

Flash Professional Adobe is launching a completely rebuilt Flash Professional CC app that includes 64-bit architecture, HD export, improved HTML publishing, a new streamlined UI, real-time mobile teasing for iOS and Android devices, as well as a new ode editor, real-time drawing, an unlimited pasteboard size, and more.

Edge Animate gets updated alongside just about every other of the over 20 new Creative Cloud CC apps. New features include customizable, fine-grain motion paths, templates, and enhanced content delivery with “an option to host your Animate files on an Adobe con ten deliver network powered by Akamai” for free.

Edge Reflow Adobe’s new responsive design tool gets a few new features in the company’s move to its new Creative Cloud only suite of CC apps. Preview 3 of the app now includes asset management and Typekit integration.

Adobe announced today at its MAX conference that all new features will be coming to Creative Cloud users starting June 17 at which time Adobe will be ending support for CS6 with all new features coming to Creative Cloud users only.

You can currently get 40% off to upgrade from Creative Suite product to a Creative Cloud membership with special introductory pricing of $29.99/month and $20/month off for signing up for Creative Cloud for Teams.

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