Apps & Software
Adobe to remove Photoshop Sketch and Illustrator Draw from App Store
The company plans to end the application support for existing users on January 10 next year.
Adobe reminded customers about the discontinuation of its Photoshop Sketch and Illustrator Draw applications on iOS and Android beginning July 19. The company plans to end the application support for existing users on January 10 next year.
Adobe is removing the Photoshop Sketch and Illustrator Draw applications from the App Store because it has combined their capabilities in Adobe Fresco. Users can easily migrate to the Fresco application after they log into the application with their Adobe ID. However, if users already have these apps downloaded on their devices and wish to stick to them, then they can do so, but Adobe will not add any new features or updates to these apps moving forward.
Adobe Fresco was launched in 2019 and is home to the people who paint and draw on their mobile devices. Fresco is free, but if users wish to add some advanced features, including quarterly brush updates and access to Photoshop on the iPad, Adobe charges $9.99 for that.