I thought joining Creative Cloud was still free (unless something's changed)? You get 2 GB of space when joining.
You can export projects in PSDX format and upload them to a service like Dropbox but that might be dependent on device and operating system. (e.g., I have a Google Nexus 7 2013 running Android Lollipop 5.0.1.) However, they only way I've found that PS Touch will "see them" is if they're in Creative Cloud. (Odd, I know. Something for them to figure out, I guess.)
I can't find anything free there, unfortunately. Or did I miss something ?
If not, I feel a bit cheated. Whoever thought that preventing people from changing device was a good idea made a terrible decision. Why on earth wouldn't I be able to I import my own files on my own device without being charged extra money ?
I distinctly remember there being a free account.
Instead of downloading the desktop client, what does PS Touch ask you to do if you try connecting to Creative Cloud from within PS Touch?
When I log in creative cloud from PS touch, it just says unable to connect to server. I suspect it is because, although I have created an account (via the app), there is no storage included.
The only thing I found is this : Creative Cloud pricing and membership plans | Adobe Creative Cloud , where there is no free plan. If there was, that would be a perfectly acceptable solution ...
That's a known bug/issue with "cannot connect to server". The same thing happens to me when I try to go to browse my folders in CC. (And I have a Creative Cloud Photography subscription.) Oddly, there's no disconnection going on. I can browse the root of my Creative Cloud account; just can't browse beyond that.
If you created an Adobe ID, you should be golden to download the desktop app OR log into Creative Cloud here. (The latter would be easier since there's nothing to install, plus would automatically take you there since you're already logged in here in the forum.)
If you can get in there, what I would do is export the PS Touch projects as PSDXs into something like Dropbox, download them via Dropbox onto your desktop (via Dropbox's app or through their web browser interface which doesn't require installing anything), then upload them into Creative Cloud on your desktop. (Again, using either the CC Desktop App or the web browser interface.)
Then we can all wait while Adobe figures out what in the world is going on with the server error messages we're all getting. lol
Thanks a lot. Hopefully, I will be able to get my stuff back from CC at some point.
Thank you very much !