Adobe Photoshop Touch Shutting Down, Three New “Capture” Apps Coming
Adobe is shutting down Photoshop Touch after releasing back in 2011 on Android tablets and iOS. In addition to announcing the end of Photoshop Touch, Adobe shared plans to bring three new apps to the mobile platform.
The apps in question are named “Capture” apps and include Colour CC, Brush CC, and Shape CC.
The old Photoshop Touch will soon be removed from the stores, meaning you won’t be able to download it anymore on your device. After the app is pulled, users who already have the app on their devices will not receive new updates.
If you have the app, it will remain functional so no worries there.
Adobe wrote in a post:
For those of you who have been using Photoshop Touch, thank you and please continue creating amazing work with it; while it will no longer be available in stores as of May 28th and we won’t ship further updates, it will remain completely functional on your devices for the foreseeable future.
The new “Capture” apps on the other hand, such as Color CC, will let users capture and edit different color themes on their mobile devices. You can also sync these themes with Adobe Color service.
Shape CC allows users to take images and convert them into editable vector images.
These images can be synced with Creative Cloud. Lastly, Brush CC allows users to create and edit brushes for Photoshop. Brush CC syncs with Creative Cloud as well.
You can read more over at the link provided above.
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