I am an Android user and have been really let down by the amount of iOS exclusivity in Adobe's newest products such as Fresco and Photoshop for mobile. Is there any progress being made on making these products available to everyone rather than just those who use Apple and Windows devices?
From my experience, it really depends on the software or app.
I was super happy when Fresco was release for the Wacom MobileStudio Pro as I am primarily a PC guy.
Once cool thing that you may or may not know... the new Wacom Intuos works with Android devices. So any Adobe software that makes it to Android... you can plug the Intuos into your tablet or smart phone! This should be a lot of fun if you like working on Android devices.
Hope more of the apps go to Android as well!
The issue with Android tablets and iPads is they are still not computers. So until they become more powerful, in my opinion, they still will not be able to do what a full computer can. Example, I had an iPad for awhile and was using an app that was not from Adobe... well, once I added so many layers the app stopped working. Why? Because an iPad is still not a computer. It simply can not process things like a computer. Maybe in two or three years it will be able to. My suggestion would be to buy a nice laptop, use the full versions of apps (not just Adobe, but even Microsoft software for example). Computers also allow you to grow as a creative. You may not want to do animation, video editing or 3D modeling now... but in a year you might want to try new things... so get a computer.
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