why does nobody if fresco will even come out for Android. What is wrong with your communication? I don't get it. I just want to know if I need to buy a new device, or if I just need to wait a little longer.
I'm a customer that also has customers. Please give us a more valid answer...
These forums are generally responded to by other users. We can't answer that question.
Adobe doesn't generally give a time frame for anything being released, that way they can work on it until it is ready.
I absolutely understand, but why cutting AI for Android and giving no solution to work on a tablet? The're promising since 2019 that fresco will come...
Yes, definitely didn't make sense to drop both Sketch and Draw from Android without giving access to the app they were telling everyone to go to.
Sorry to hear about this experience and for the late response. Fresco is currently only available on devices running Windows and iOS. I would request you to upvote this UserVoice (https://adobefresco.uservoice.com/forums/919786-adobe-fresco/suggestions/44090415-fresco-on-android) and add your comments there. By doing this, you will keep getting all the updates related to this UserVoice.
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That same careless reponse for years... Shameful... Just say, that never will happen to come to android. Simple, I think... We understand, that have a contract ir something, but don't believe us... Disgusting business policy...
I get stuck in an endless sign-in loop when trying to follow the link you provided which just comes off as a sick joke at this point.
If Adobe doesn't want to be available to the Android portion of the mobile market, be honest about it, then give Android users a pro-rated discount to Creative Cloud for each app to which you deny us equal access that is available to Apple.
FINALLY got through to what I'm assuming is the intended page
I'm sure they want the app to eventually come to Android tablets, but it's not an easy road. Fresco came out for iPadOS first, because most machines are on the current version, and its the same across all devices and they have very similar specs. Windows came later, because specs of devices vary more and not all machines are currently running the current OS and things are more customizable. Android is like the wild west. Depending on who is making the device, makers have their own versions of Android and what version is all over the place. I could see a version coming for the Galaxy Tab devices, but I have no idea.
Simple answer for us android users. NO and probably never...
Because Adobe probably made a lucrative deal with Apple in return for keeping Android out of the loop and they, like most corporate entities, are too cowardly to simply admit they need money more than integrity...