If you are referring to that there's only one layer when importing to PS Touch:
According to "How do I open a Photoshop Touch file in Photoshop, and vice versa?" http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1336
this is as expected:
You can save the file with layers, but layers are flattened when the file is opened in Photoshop Touch.
Message was edited by: ibarrien
Just want to also add:
When I save a project in Autodesk's Sketchbook Pro for Android as a PSD file, upload it to Creative Cloud and then try to import it in PS Touch, the PSD is not opening correctly. It basically imports as a blank layer. Importing the same PSD file into Photoshop Elements 9 gives me no problems and the file opens just as created with layers and all. (Of course, I know that PS Touch is supposed to import the PSD file as one flattened layer.)
It's not a big deal, knowing the present limitations of PS Touch, but I thought I'd mention it just the same. I can just export as PNG from Sketchbook Pro and all is well. (Does anyone find it odd that I have to upload a PSD file straight from my tablet to the Creative Cloud just to import it into PS Touch itself? Why not just be able to import it right from the tablet?) xD