Adobe’s XD app for interface design is now available for free

May 16, 2018 Abhimanyu Ghoshal


Adobe has unveiled a free starter plan for its XD app, which is aimed at UI and UX designers – allowing people to use it across platforms with all its features at no charge. XD previously cost a minimum of $10 a month for access to the app’s macOS and Windows software, as well as its mobile preview tools for Android and iOS; that plan also netted you 100GB of cloud storage and unlimited shared prototypes and design specs. The free starter plan lets you get started with 2GB of space and a single active shared prototype and design spec;…

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