What font does Adobe use for its logo?
Myriad Bold Condensed
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The "A" symbol looks like it was hand drawn using Illustrator. The "Adobe" text is a little heavier than Myriad Bold Condensed. I'd say it's more like Frutiger Extra Bold.
I believe it's actually a modified version of Myriad Semicondensed.
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Not certain about the Modified part. I don't actually see it. But the semibold is probably correct.
However logos for large corporations are usually modified.
Its name is Adobe Clean Bold SemiCondensed
Indeed the font is called Adobe Clean and may even be included in several current Adobe products but that it is a little out-of-date. If you compare this font and some more recent Adobe logos, you will notice characters like 'm' (in FrameMaker) 'n' (in Animate), 'r' (in Lightroom, Premiere), 'u' (in Muse, Rush) and 'y' (in Story) are different from the font. One must also note that despite the font being included in some apps, Adobe restricts anyone else from using it for any purposes.
I think that it is Ubuntu.
It's Adobe Clean, as has already been mentioned in this thread
And at the time this thread has started it has been Myriad Pro Condensed