Well, I would love to get a Surface Pro 4, then I could use Photoshop CC with it.
Photoshop Touch itself was discontinued but there are already some apps that help fill in some of the gaps it left behind (like Photoshop Fix and Photoshop Mix). The catch here is that they're Android and iOS only for the time being. (I don't think Fix has been released for Android yet.)
That is a shame indeed becos with my Lumia 950 I could use an app like Photoshop fix on my phone and use it just like a desktop app when I connect my phone to a second screen and mouse&keyboard. I dont need the full Photoshop... I just need a universal photo retouching universal app with levels. There is no one for windows. Continuum is fantastic. Why Adobe does not join it?
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If you want my personal opinion, development for mobile has always been a little glacial and maybe a little bonkers, no matter the platform. I've been waiting for Adobe Capture to come to Android tablets for awhile now, for example.
Before that, Adobe's tried all kinds of different apps and versions. (For example, Color (which used to be called Kuler) was finally rolled up into Capture. Before that, Kuler was an app all its own before disappearing and reappearing as Color.) Just the nature of the beast, I guess.