I'll admit, this is just wishful thinking, but is there anything that could possibly convince Adobe that their customers want them to continue developing Muse? I'm working on switching over to Webflow and even learning how to code a site from scratch, which is fine, but they still don't compare to using Muse. The ease of use (despite being outdated) is just so nice. I'm not going to argue with anyone saying Muse's code is outdated and we should all switch to something else, but there's still a huge market out there for Muse. Especially in the past few months websites have become even more prominent for small businesses. Muse is the only web designing software that has a dedicated application (that is actually made for designers), and because of that I can't stop myself from continuing to use it for designing sites.
Is there ANY way that Adobe can be convinced to update Muse?
Have a look ar sparkleapp (Mac only) or nicepage (all OS) or even blocs.
Muse will never be in any way get developed in one way neither the other way.
Sorry for that.
Muse is discontinued. The Muse developers are gone. They left the building 2-1/2 years ago. Accept it and move on.