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OnOne Perfect Photo Suite 9 Release Date News & Rumors

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Updated May 19th, 2015 – We’ve just begun our countdown to Perfect Photo Suite 10!  Check out the latest news, release date information, rumors and features on our wish list.

Updated September 2nd, 2014 – OnOne Software has just announced Perfect Photo Suite 9.0 and has scheduled the release in late-October (we don’t yet have an exact release date). Be sure to see the new features included in this release, including details about the new price cuts, and learn more about how you can qualify to get a free upgrade to version 9.

We’ve also just updated our onOne Software deals and coupons page so be sure to see the latest offers to help you save the most on Perfect Photo Suite 9.

Updated May 13th, 2014: OnOne Software has just announced that Perfect Photo Suite 8.5. Some of the latest updates include faster photo browsing, more file-management options, and improvements to the Perfect Eraser and Masking Bug tools. If you currently own Perfect Photo Suite 8 then you will be able to upgrade to version 8.5 free of charge. Learn more.

Here at Software Voucher, we don’t only track the latest software coupons, but we also keep a close eye on the next releases coming down the road. Being an amateur photographer myself, one my favorite software programs that I keep a special eye on is the Perfect Photo Suite from OnOne Software (used as either a compliment to Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom products or as a standalone). So when do we think the new version will be released? Here are our latest predictions based on the previous releases:

  • Perfect Photo Suite 9 – Expected between October and November 2014.
  • Perfect Photo Suite 8.5 – Released on May 13, 2014. This is a free upgrade to those on version 8.0.
  • Perfect Photo Suite 8 – Announced on September 5, 2013 and released on November 26, 2013.
  • Perfect Photo Suite 7.5 – Made available on June 4, 2013.
  • Perfect Photo Suite 7 – Released back in September, 2012.
  • Perfect Photo Suite 6.1 – Updated in May of 2012.
  • Perfect Photo Suite 6 – Originally released in September, 2011

What happens if you order Perfect Photo Suite 8 right before version 9 is released?

Fortunately, OnOne Software is one of several software companies that have historically given customers a tech guarantee; if within weeks of your purchase an update is available for the same product you purchased you can qualify for a free upgrade to the newest version. For the previous product launch, they honored all orders made on or after September 1, 2013 from both their website store and from authorized retailers. If you ordered from ononesoftware.com, you would already receive an email automatically with information on how to install the free upgrade. If you purchased Perfect Photo Suite from a reseller then you would have needed to contact their customer support people for help. Learn more about the free upgrade policy.

  1. July 27, 2014

    gern

    I actually believe the subscription is a horrible idea. Over a two-year period the cost of their products is actually double what it would cost me over the same period for a perpetual license AND at the end of the term, I still have software to use whereas the subscription is perpetually paying to use and when I cancel, I can no longer open my files.

    Easily, this subscription idea will only provide revenue for Adobe and nothing but a slight convenience to users.

    • September 5, 2014

      lucien

      I fully agree with you ! I hate subscriptions.

  2. July 23, 2013

    Carl Gethmann

    I take it that the only Adobe product you use is Photoshop (you state you are a photographer). However, those of us that use several of Photoshop’s products think that their subscription service is great. In my art business (I am a digital artist and a photographer), I currently use five of Photoshop’s products and for $30/month I have access to all of their products, their updates, their upgrades (price goes up to $49.95 after the first year). I also use onOne for various things. For persons in my category, Photoshop moving to subscription was a godsend. I think the photography-only crowd do not understand the future thrust of Adobe and the markets in which they are trying to become a major player. I have used onOne (I have version 6.1) and I like it; however, it is not as capable as Photoshop; nor, I think, will it ever be. I hate to tell you this, but subscription is the wave of the future whether you like it or not. Another program I use, Vue, has recently made subscriptions available. Microsoft is going in that direction. Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings, but subscriptions offer software makers considerable advantages over the major-release operation scenario and they will take advantage of them.
    Regards,
    Carl Gethmann

    • July 23, 2013

      Eric

      Hi Carl… You’re totally right. Subscriptions are a great option for many people, especially those that use more than one of their program on a regular basis and those that upgrade to the latest version at every release. Just for the amateur photographer, it becomes a pricy proposition to pay monthly for Photoshop, especially if it’s used only a few times a month. I believe Adobe should offer BOTH purchase options and not force customers to the subscription model.

    • September 5, 2014

      lucien

      Sorry, I will never go with a subscription ! I will use an alternative instead.

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