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This article was published on June 18, 2013

Adobe’s Digital Publishing Suite platform passes 100 million publication downloads

Adobe’s Digital Publishing Suite platform passes 100 million publication downloads Image by: George Doyle
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Adobe today announced that publications created with its Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) have surpassed a total of 100 million publication downloads. DPS is Adobe’s software collection designed to help publishers create content for tablets and mobile devices.

The company noted that the number of brands and corporations using DPS has jumped 30 percent over the past six months.

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Adobe marked the milestone as it announced its second quarter earnings. The firm beat expectations with revenue of $1.011 billion and earnings per share of $0.36.

The company released a major update to its Creative Cloud offerings on Monday as it navigates away from a software purchase model toward cloud subscriptions.

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