Adobe Muse CC 2017
Adobe Muse CC 2017
2018.1.0

4.5

Adobe Muse CC 2017 free download for Mac

Adobe Muse CC 2017

2018.1.0
28 March 2018

Design and publish HTML websites without writing code.

Overview

Muse CC 2018 is available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud for as little as $14.99/month (or $9.99/month if you're a previous Muse customer).

Adobe Muse 2018 enables designers to create websites as easily as creating a layout for print. Design and publish original HTML pages using the latest Web standards, and without writing code. Now in beta, Muse makes it a snap to produce unique, professional-looking websites.

Features
  • Plan your project - Easy-to-use sitemaps, master pages, and a host of flexible, site-wide tools make it fast and intuitive to get your site planned out and ready for design.
  • Design your pages - Combine imagery, graphics and text with complete control, flexibility and power (almost as if you were using Adobe InDesign).
  • Add interactivity - Drag-and-drop fully customizable widgets like navigation menus and slide shows, embed HTML code snippets to include things like Google Maps, enable tool tips, rollovers, and much more.
  • Publish your site - Preview your site with Muse to see how it looks and test how it works. Then convert to a live website using Adobe for hosting, or export the HTML for hosting with a provider of your choice.

What's new in Adobe Muse CC 2017

Version 2018.1.0:
Copy style attributes between elements
  • With Adobe Muse CC 2018.1, you can copy right-click and copy the style attributes of one element and then simply right-click another element and select Paste Attributes. You can also selectively copy and paste attributes as well using this feature.
Fixes to customer-reported issues and Stability & Performance Improvements
  • This release patches issues reported in the October 2017 release, and other errors that caused the app to crash.

22 Adobe Muse CC 2017 Reviews

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Tim27
11 January 2012

Most helpful

Adobe, you do not have a clue what you are doing. You already had Adobe Muse years ago. You bought a little company called GoLive, remember? They made something called GoLive Cyberstudio and it was awesome. Then you bought it and ruined it, just like you've ruined every Macromedia product as well. GoLive did almost everything that Muse can do, and that was several years ago. What is the point, really? Coders are making sites with Coda and TextMate and Eclipse, and using CMSs. A web development firm isn't going to hire someone that can use Muse to build a site. They will hire someone that knows how to code. And if you are only going to use Muse to build a personal site or two, then why would you pay a monthly/yearly subscription fee to do that? This is a FAIL waiting to fail.
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Version 0.8.653
Tim27
16 June 2017
This software has been around since 2011 now and it's hardly gone anywhere. I wonder when Adobe will kill it? Apps like Pinegrow are destroying Muse, RapidWeaver and even Coda.
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Version 2017.0.3
2 answer(s)
yofresh
yofresh
26 March 2018
they killed it today
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Tim27
Tim27
26 March 2018
LOL
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Maclover1-1
14 August 2014
Not sure what's up with version numbering and Adobe.. first CC then CC (2014) Then CC (2014.1).. so when one subscribes to the Creative Suite.. instead of Muse in this case being updated, it actually downloads a second version. Adobe always leaves a mess of Application Support files (even when using their uninstallers) and I'm always a little weary of deleting things manually (I do anyway). When there CC (2014) started I actually deleted EVERYTHING Adobe.. and redownloaded it all from scratch. But now what.. we're gonna see CC (2014.1) and then maybe even CC (2014.2) before year's end, and then CC (2015), with all sort of "duplicate" App Support files and prefs piling up over time. I hate that.
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Version 2014.1
5 answer(s)
Stassi
Stassi
14 August 2014
Just an FYI. This ".1" iteration just overwrites the 2014 that got installed, just like any other update instead of an upgrade. You won't have 2014, 2014.1, 2014.2, etc. Just CC2014.

That said - their initial explanation for using "CC" was that they could release updates regularly, without waiting for annual releases (which used to be bi-annual, then every year and a half). I don't know if anybody can figure out why they're now breaking it down by year. IMO, might as well have used CS7, CS8, etc...
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Maclover1-1
Maclover1-1
14 August 2014
I actually had to delete the previous one manually but it may be because I install them in an Adobe Creative Cloud folder in my Applications folder. The Application Manager is supposed to place them there, but it does not obey the Install Location preference: some get updated in the correct folder, some others create a new one at the Applications level.
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Stassi
Stassi
14 August 2014
That additional folder is definitely the reason. I found that out with previous versions. The update processes don't work if they're not in the main Applications (Programs) directory. I have a folder of shortcuts (aliases) to all the apps so I don't have to navigate the whole damned Applications folder on my Mac, but it does the same thing on Windows. They want to find the app, where they want to find the app. Annoying!
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Maclover1-1
Maclover1-1
14 August 2014
Nope you did NOT read what I read carefully. The update process works correctly for most apps, only a few do not obey. I've updated Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects a few times already and most of them really without any issue. So there's some sort of a bug with the Manager.. otherwise why even propose an "Install Location" option.
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Stassi
Stassi
14 August 2014
Sorry I wasn't as careful as you'd like, in my attempt to be helpful. Won't ever happen again.

Adobe seems to expect people to be using the Cloud Application for updates and downloads. I've read several posts in other locations about the deprecation of the AAM. I really hate the Cloud app, but it seems they love it. AAM stopped correctly directing my downloads some time ago, and I've removed it from my system. This, based on other online reports that reiterated my problems with it.

Best of luck to you, then.
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Iturtle
14 August 2014
Price is not 19.99! MacUpdate should correct this.
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Version 2014.1
pedrotaquelim
19 June 2013
I would like to ear actual feedback on the Adobe Muse application. How it works, if it is useful, if generate good code from the actual designs for website developers, etc. I'm very interested in that. Please, stop the moaning. I don't agree with all this new Adobe "rent model" to, but go moaning somewhere else. this is not the place. Thanks.
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Version 5.0
1 answer(s)
Iturtle
Iturtle
19 June 2013
if we moan loud enough, maybe adobe will hear and react? dreaming along...
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Iturtle
18 June 2013
Adobe killed GoLive and now they try to mess up things even more :(
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Version 5.0
1 answer(s)
RavenNevermore
RavenNevermore
24 August 2017
Ironic that Muse is trying to be what GoLive was!
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Waveman
27 February 2013
The monthly subscription thing is a deal breaker. Adobe needs to stop being so freaking greedy. As foe Muse, Hype does the same thing, seems better than Muse.
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Version 4.0.557
2 answer(s)
pedrotaquelim
pedrotaquelim
19 June 2013
I thought Hype was more a animation app for the web. Muse is more Dreamweaver "without the code". Is that correct?
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Melman-Flink
Melman-Flink
14 August 2014
This is not a review and should have been filed as a comment.
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J-a-duke
23 August 2012
I thought, when looking at the listing and price, that Adobe had finally come to its senses and priced its products properly. Then I read the comments and realized that the $14.99 was a monthly cost. I suspect that Adobe would love to not deal with individual consumers-they require too much overhead.
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Version 2.0.945
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Mcoyle
Mcoyle
22 July 2016
I agree. Hey MacUpdate, any chance on the main page you can notate that an app's price is subscription based? Something like: $14.99/month or $14.99(Sub)
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Cowicide
23 August 2012
Has Adobe made up its mind on whether this is "discontinued" or not?
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Version 2.0.945
7 answer(s)
Mikebenda
Mikebenda
23 August 2012
Did Adobe announce that they will be abandoning Muse?
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Tim27
Tim27
05 October 2012
I will safely assume that Muse will be shelved within a year, because nobody is going to use it.
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H3L0
H3L0
14 October 2012
This is not going to be shelved it's part of the new Creative Cloud and designed to work along side Edge. They are already working on adding CMS integration for Wordpress etc. I would still consider it in the Beta phase however
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Tim27
Tim27
14 October 2012
H3L0, just because a piece of software is part of Creative Cloud does not mean Adobe won't cancel it. That is for certain given their past track record. They have shelved GoLive, ImageReady, Dimensions Pagemill and many, many other programs that deserved to live a lot longer than this Muse POS.
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D9
D9
18 June 2013
Seems you would be wrong, Tim27. As of June, 2013, Muse is a full-fledged member of Creative Cloud and still a purchasable item as Creative Suite 6. Now the question of whether Adobe will actively update/improve Muse is highly debatable, considering the previous programs you listed.
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Tim27
Tim27
19 June 2013
It's not October 5th yet, D9 ;) And, I still don't know of any professional designer using it.
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Tim27
Tim27
26 March 2018
@H3L0 and D9 - You're right. I was a few years off. But, I called it. At least they tried harder than I thought they would. i'll give them that.
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Mikebenda
24 June 2012
I'm a graphic designer and regularly use the CS5.5 applications. I used the beta and trial versions of Muse to build a basic website and was satisfied with the process and results. It wasn't as intuitive and easy to use as something like iWeb or as full-featured and professional as DreamWeaver, and the interface never seemed to have gotten past the Alpha stage, but it did the job. A lot of website coders complain about the bad code, but since the few websites I need to produce are simple and small, I've never noticed a lag or problem with browser compatibility. Muse still looks and feels like an unfinished product. Even the icon and splash screen look primitive and don't match the rest of Adobe's product line up. I can't believe that they've released this as a final product. Frankly it's embarrassing. I might consider buying it, depending on the price, but I will not subscribe and pay a monthly fee. Never. Adobe, you are really trying my patience.
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Version 1.0.948
2 answer(s)
Mikebenda
Mikebenda
29 June 2012
One more thing, the basic website that I created in Muse is completely messed up when opened in Dreamweaver, requiring me to either subscribe to Muse (which I won't) or rebuild it in Dreamweaver. Both are Adobe products. Stupid.
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ylluminate
ylluminate
22 August 2012
Try Flux. LOL. All I can say is that Adobe mgmt is about as nuts as it comes. They could have integrated PS and AI into a singular app which is Fireworks, providing both PS and AI UI skins so that both sets of users could be happy, but then provided the easiness of use of Fireworks for UI and web/app design pros. Further, the could have eliminated the trash release of Flash Catalyst (I was on the early beta and many of us were flabbergasted by the release as it was like trying to recreate Fireworks, but without much of the functionality; they only needed to be able to export the elements properly, which they already did in part with FW). There is so much Adobe could do to streamline their product line and to really lead the industry, but they lack the vision and leadership to make it happen.
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Pwareham
14 May 2012
Total crud. The code this thing generates is horrifically bad, expect to find any site you try to make with this almost invisible to Google. A WYSIWYG editor to build a website is a pretty much a fantasy anyway. More so now than it has ever been with the popularity of jQuery, AJAX and dynamic CMS-driven sites.
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Version 1.0.948
$14.99

4.5

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  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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