As a longtime Photoshop user--since 1996--I am disappointed in the unrealistic subscription model for this partially developed app. Adobe has to realize there is serious competition in this area of development and respond accordingly. I bought Procreate for $10 and it runs circles around Fresco. Why would I want to invest $120 a year in an app that doesn't do half of what Procreate does? I have downloaded and installed Affinity products and I am thinking about cancelling my current Photography plan. $10 a month for Photoshop and Lightroom is OK if the apps are used frequently, as was the case when I did freelance, but now that I use PS once or week or less, it may be time to migrate to Affinity. I cannot justify the cost.
Have a little patience. Kyle Webster posted on twitter that there may be news in the future.
Really. I have thought the same. While i love photoshop, there is so much more comprehensive competition . At 9.99 a month (i used to purchase the priced at 1,500 to keep. They are always in my computer and Adobe does my computer to half. The removed (without my permission) the licensed copy from 2015 that i had paid for. I was devastated.
I think it's sensible to have a combination of tools regardless of whether you can afford something or not.
Each brand has it's own additional features, so as long as you can work with them all together one way or another you can get the best of multiple apps combined together.
I also have Procreate and have considered Affinity products for various reasons.