Adobe InDesign is primarily used for desktop publishing and page layouts. Designers use it to make magazines, flyers, brochures, presentations, books and more.
This list is part of an Adobe Alternatives series. For photo editors that are primarily used for image manipulation and digital painting, check out my list of Adobe Photoshop Alternatives. If you’re interested in vector art, see the list of Adobe Illustrator Alternatives.
* Offers a free version that isn’t a trial, but has less features than the paid version.
** Has other pricing tiers with different feature sets.