Adobe Express free trial FAQ
- Adobe Express User Guide
- Create and edit graphics, photos, and videos
- Work with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator creative assets
- Import and enhance PDFs in Adobe Express
- Getting started with Adobe Express templates
- Create a new template from scratch
- Create a web page using Adobe Express
- Add multiple pages in Adobe Express
- Create a video using Adobe Express
- Find and submit Adobe Stock Content ID
- Animate texts and photos using Adobe Express
- Import color themes from Adobe Color
- Translate files and templates
- Work with layers
- Generative AI
- Create and manage brands
- Content Scheduler
- Quick Actions
- Resize image using Quick Actions
- Remove background from images using Quick Actions
- Convert file format of images using Quick Actions
- Crop an image using Quick Actions
- Animate a character from audio
- Add captions to videos using Quick actions
- Trim videos using Quick Actions
- Resize a video using Quick Actions
- Convert to GIF from a video using Quick Actions
- Convert videos to MP4 using Quick Actions
- Crop a video using Quick Actions
- Merge videos and images using Quick Actions
- Convert to or from PDF using Quick Actions
- Edit PDF text and images using Quick Actions
- Combine files into a single PDF using Quick Actions
- Organize Pages into a single PDF using Quick Actions
- Generate QR code using Quick Actions
- Quick Actions FAQ
- Publish and share
- Adobe Express on mobile
- Adobe Express for Education
If you have an Adobe Express free trial version on an Individual plan or are interested in starting a trial, read through this document to find answers to all your questions.
Which Adobe Express plans have a free trial?
How do I sign up for the free trial?
What is included in the Adobe Express free trial?
The free trial gives you access to the full set of paid features available in a Premium plan. For more information on the features you can unlock with a paid subscription, see www.adobe.com/express/pricing.
Are materials produced with NFR Version eligible for commercial purposes?
You may install and use the NFR Version only for the period and purposes stated when we provide the NFR Version. You can't use any materials you produce with the NFR Version for commercial purposes.
What happens at the end of my free trial?
Your paid subscription begins after your free trial ends, and you'll be billed using the payment method used at sign-up.
You won't be charged if you cancel before your free trial ends. You'll retain access to the Adobe Express Free plan and any files you created during the free trial. However, you'll no longer have access to premium features such as Erase and Resize.
How much does Adobe Express cost after the trial period?
Your free trial will convert to a paid subscription of either the monthly or annual plan (based on the option you selected on signup).
You can cancel up to 14 days after your subscription begins for a full refund.
For more information:
- Pricing: See www.adobe.com/express/pricing.
- Terms and conditions: See understand Creative Cloud subscription terms and refund policies.
Will I lose any of my work by canceling my current subscription plan?
No. Adobe Express will keep all your files and brand assets associated with your email address. Your plan will change from a Premium plan to a Free plan.
With the Adobe Express Free plan, you won’t be able to export files that contain premium assets, including premium fonts, images, or templates. Also, you won’t be able to access your custom brand or other premium features.
Once you resubscribe to the premium version of Adobe Express, all your premium and brand assets will become available again.
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