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Photoshop and Fresco Apps for iPad Now Available as $9.99/Month Bundle

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Adobe today announced that its Photoshop and Fresco apps for iPad are now available in a bundle for $9.99 per month, compared to $9.99 per month each previously.


The offer is available to customers who subscribe to Photoshop on iPad or upgrade to the Premium tier of Adobe Fresco through the App Store, as well as to Creative Cloud customers who subscribe to any Photoshop plan on Adobe.com. Early adopters who already have a Creative Cloud membership are also eligible to switch to the bundle pricing.

Adobe has shared a blog post with tips on how to use Photoshop and Fresco together.

Article Link: Photoshop and Fresco Apps for iPad Now Available as $9.99/Month Bundle
 

Lapidus

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I’ve been a long-time Adobe user but I’ve decided not to pay subscriptions to them anymore, not even for the desktops apps. I happily renew my license for Sketch yearly because their updates are worth it. But for Adobe this is not true, so definitely not on a monthly basis without any promise of improvements.
 
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Fat.tofu

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Happy in Affinity Land.

But one feature missing for me on Affinity Designer is Image Trace..
Does anyone know any good app for iPad that do image trace? turn image into vector preferable output to eps.
 
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Pafoofnik

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What OS version? It has serious problems on later OSes.
I'm using the CS6 Suite with the latest release of Mojave with no issues. I'll never be upgrading to Catalina or beyond because Apple was nice enough to break all of the 32-bit software I still use that can't be replaced with 64-bit equivalents. (Thanks, Tim, for leaving me no freaking 32-bit options with Catalina!)
 
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gnipgnop

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I'm using the CS6 Suite with the latest release of Mojave with no issues.

The best way to use CS6 is to keep an external boot disk with Sierra installed. That's the last OS that Adobe fully supported for CS6. That said, I've still purchased all of the Affinity apps for Mac, as well as Pixelmator Pro. A lot of the tools in those apps are better than their counterparts in CS6, so I don't actually make use of CS6 that often these days.
 
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Adam Spicar

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About 5 years ago I transitioned from Adobe graphics suite to Affinity graphics suite due to the rising cost of Adobe's subscription.

Affinity does NOT have subscription and to help people in these difficult times they offer all their apps with 90-day FREE trial and 50% OFF ❤❤
 
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ridddder55

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The subscription is a game based on software and hardware. If you use the software Mac OS, and use Adobe(have since illustrator 3.0), in order to continue to stay compatible with current tools, plug-ins, and other related hardware you must pay the extortion fee or subscription price. I held off as long as possible with Photoshop, and Illustrator but if you need to upgrade your system due to RAM limitations, and or wanting to upgrade hardware you must do the trade off.

I have all the Affinity software which is more than capable, but is different enough that relearning how you do something makes things frustrating, and longer. Nobody has time to figure out how to do this or that on a deadline. That said, if we must pay for a VPN, and cloud backup, virus software, and an password manager to do business, just one more subscription seems like spilled milk in the grand scheme of things.
 
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uploaded

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Anyone's employer that uses CC, which has been, so far, 100% of employers I've worked for.

My experience is different: most of the designers I know - and they work almost exclusively in larger agencies - are still attached to Illustrator but otherwise use tools like Invision or Sketch.
 
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melgross

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I have their products because I like to try most everything out. For what they are, they good. But the reality is that they are unreliable in a professional situation.

i know it’s popular to dump on Adobe. So those here who want to do that can have their fun, and can continue to think they’re cool for doing it. But I’ve used Photoshop since 1990. A lot of software has come and gone over that time. PS for iOS is still new. It needs a couple more years to mature. Those who don’t appreciate what Adobe has been doing over the decades, don’t need what they have, and that’s fine. But for those of us who do, there is nothing around that comes close.
 
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edgonzalez32

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My experience is different: most of the designers I know - and they work almost exclusively in larger agencies - are still attached to Illustrator but otherwise use tools like Invision or Sketch.
For UI/UX, yes, I'm on sketch as well. But all of my print work is still done in InDesign and Illustrator with photography in Photoshop/Lightroom.
 
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