Frequently asked questions about the Adobe XD Beta program.

Adobe XD is now available to all beta participants and you can get XD for free as part of the Starter plan.

Simply download the latest version of XD using the Creative Cloud desktop app or download it from the Adobe XD product page.

Note: If you published one or more prototype links during the beta program, you still have access to these links, but you no longer can create an unlimited number of shared prototypes links. Simply upgrade Adobe XD for unlimited sharing or manage your links.

The purpose of the Adobe Experience Design (Beta) program was to give designers an early look at our progress and to provide feedback to help shape XD. Thanks to the participation and validation from over one million community members, XD is ready for everyday commercial use. 

The Adobe Experience Design (Beta) program ended with the release of Adobe XD on October 18.

Access to the most recent version of the Adobe Experience Design (Beta) expires on November 5, 2017.

We will continue to release new versions of Adobe XD on a regular basis - with each update, you can expect to see a combination of new capabilities, enhancements to existing features, and bug fixes.

Yes, we want to hear from you. If you have comments and questions, tell us what you think on UserVoice. You can follow our handle @AdobeXD for updates or reach the team on Twitter using the hashtag #AdobeXD. You can also talk to us using Facebook, where we share videos and updates as well as answer questions during weekly live video streams on Wednesdays at 10AM PT.

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