Adobe InDesign CC 2019
Adobe InDesign CC 2019
15.0.1

3.6

Adobe InDesign CC 2019 free download for Mac

Adobe InDesign CC 2019

15.0.1
15 December 2019

Professional print and digital publishing solution.

Overview

InDesign CC 2019 is available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud for as little as $20.99/month (or $9.99/month if you're a previous InDesign customer).

Adobe InDesign CC 2019 is part of Creative Cloud. That means you have access to all the latest updates and future releases the moment they're available. Sharpen your skills and master new tools with a rich and growing library of training videos. And Creative Cloud is integrated with Behance, so you can share your projects and get immediate feedback from creatives around the world.

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Version 15.0.1:
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D9
16 October 2008

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Once again, Adobe had become a pathetic excuse of a Mac developer living on past credit. As usual, the Adobe Updater program does not recognize these updates on either Intel or PPC machines. You have to use these links to manually download and install the updates (Don't even get me started on how the Updater continues to say I need the Adobe AIR update for Flash but craps outs every time it tries to install!!). Add to this the long running yet still unresolved Adobe bug in InDesign that prevents keystroke Hide (Command + H) to work until you restart the program. It's just pathetic!! I really have no idea what, if any, improvements have been made. Just seems the same...still crashes on half our print jobs the first run. Overall, I like the Adobe products; Photoshop and Illustrator are indispensable. But let's be honest, there has been little truly advance development in these products for about 2 or 3 iterations, unless you want to count OS X & Mac Intel compatibility as advances. Adobe seems content to simply suck on the teet of its cash cows! /
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Version 5.0.4
ethan34woods
23 March 2020
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Version 15.0.1
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
16 October 2018
I won't need to upgrade from InDesign CS6 until I need a 64bit app, after macOS 10.15 comes out next year. By then Affinity Publisher will be out of beta. If it can handle my InDesign files, I will be switching. Assuming Serif follows the pricing policy they use with Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer, it will cost $50 for a single standalone license—no subscription necessary. I've used InDesign for years but cannot afford the Adobe tax. Though the blurb above says you can get InDesign for $9.99 a month if you're a previous InDesign customer, there is no way on their purchase page to get that discount. Maybe they'll lower the price once Publisher has stolen some of their customers, but I'm not holding my breath.
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Version 14.0
incrzr
04 September 2018
2 many f. beachballs! Jesus Adobe!!!!
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Version 13.1.0.76
jshafiquej10
07 January 2018
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Version 13.0.1.207
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Kobalt
Kobalt
18 March 2018
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Really?
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Clark_One
10 November 2017
Meh.
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Version 13.0.0.125
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Kobalt
Kobalt
18 March 2018
Too much information! Please be brief next time.
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Pik80
19 July 2017
The new Quark $400 competitive update looks like a pretty good deal to me. It is certainly better then sticking with an old copy of InDesign CS6 I think.
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Version 12.1.0.56
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RunHomeSlow
RunHomeSlow
21 October 2017
it's about time Quark lovers enter here... :)
+1 QuarkXPress 2017
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Pik80
Pik80
21 October 2017
Since I wrote that post I have been using it for several months now and I can say that there are many parts of it I like a lot more then ID. This is the first version of Quark I have used so it is a bit hard for me to make too deep of a comparison between the two products. I have found that many of the ID features Quark can't do can be added by way of extensions.
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peterbreis
peterbreis
22 January 2018
The war between Indesign and Quark Xpress was over long ago.
Quark Xpress was always much better with extensions, but after having gone through a messy divorce with Quark long ago it is really hard to go back. I always liked the user interface in QXP 4.3 which allowed you to work really fast, but Quark trashed that.
They desperately want users back but I think there are far too many ex-users like myself who'd rather saw my head off.
A excellent alternative is VivaDesigner which is not listed on MacUpdate unfortunately. It has really great features for managing distributed templates and works with Indesign templates.
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Pik80
Pik80
18 March 2018
The new 2018 update looks really good. There is extra flexibility with the interface, for an example you can now put that bar on the bottom on the side if you like.

Here is a quick overview video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5olohxEasg&t=5s
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Kobalt
10 April 2017
I can't find it here at MU (which is weird), but feel I should post a link to VivaDesigner for all those who are getting fed up with the Adobe subscription model that simply isn't delivering its money worth of updates and improvements. At this stage I have no experience with VivaDesigner, but the info on their website sounds promising. http://www.viva.us/en/products/desktop-publishing/vivadesigner-desktop-version
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Version 12.1.0.56
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peterbreis
peterbreis
22 January 2018
It certainly looks interesting enough to try out a Personal licence perhaps upgraded to Commercial later on. And it is not Rentware!

Things that catch my eye are great pdf export for commercial print, it opens and saves .idt and it uniquely has lockable whole or partial layouts in templates.
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Glenbo
07 April 2017
One star for one bug fix out of dozens! From CS6 Adobe introduced a range of bugs to torment book designers! The bug that is fixed at flaming last is the fatal error InDesign Must shut down if you dare to change the page size with anything locked on the page, but they have introduced an extra level to the main bug, as a book designer a mechanical is made by making the document the page width + page width + spine! the height is the height, to change the spine you add or take away from the default spine width, but whereas anything in the slug used to move randomly, the get around was to group the items, not bless their cotton socks they have made the App randomly move thing regardless of if they are grouped or not! This is a major BUG as far as book cover designers are concerned we have to change spines all the time, so this breaks every workflow out there, to have these bugs present for so long is a disgrace! But at least we do not have the fatal error now, instead if the folds are locked InDesign just moves them anyway - IDIOTS!
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Version 12.1.0.56
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Kobalt
Kobalt
10 April 2017
I commiserate with you, Glenbo. I gave up on trying to use the InDesign inbuilt functions to make covers and downloaded CoverBuilder. With all its options and flexibility re cover and spine size changes, flaps, slugs, etc, I recommend that you go check it out here:

http://coverbuilder.brunoherfst.com/
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Glenbo
Glenbo
10 April 2017
Cheers Kobalt, I have this but the problem in the UK is that the printers here that Publishers use will not take PDFs from this approach! I use https://www.danrodney.com/scripts/makebookjacket.html instead, but it is a mess isn't it, all these tears later and not one software vendor supports book covers well!?
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Maclover1-1
30 March 2017
I despise Adobe on many levels. Their shitty application frame implementation and subsequent Houdini interface disappearing act is so aggravating over time. Will those corporate monopolistic thieves ever get in line with Apple's windowing system? I've wasted so much time fixing this issue over and over, year after year. I really hope Serif's desktop publishing offering (makers of Affinity Photo and Designer) will allow me to FINALLY FORGET ABOUT ADOBE ALTOGETHER. InDesign is really the only app left I cannot yet replace.
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Version 12.0.0.81
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Dlwhite
Dlwhite
07 April 2017
If InDesign is your last hangup, I strongly recommend trying the free demo of the current version of Quark XPress (2017 launches next quarter). If you've used Quark in the past, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised how much it has evolved over the past few years. They are really trying, actually listening to their users and doing a great job. And if you've never tried Quark, I think you'll find it very responsive and user-friendly, compared to InDesign.
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peterbreis
peterbreis
22 January 2018
Quark Xpress reminds me of Charlie Brown in Peanuts where Lucy promises she won't whip away the football at the last minute...

...but always does.
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27 March 2017
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Version 12.0.0.81
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Kobalt
Kobalt
07 April 2017
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