Currently they are not available for the Microsoft products but I will pass on the request to the concerned team to work on it for future updates.
Yes, I would also really appreciate the Adobe mobile products to work with Microsoft Surface. Thanks.
Put in another request for me as well!
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You can use the full version of Photoshop on a Surface, that will give you way more power than PS Sketch has to offer.
A Photo Plan: Photoshop + Lightroom (CC and Classic) + Portfolio + Spark Premium is really affordable.
Do you know if there are plans to take the Timelapse video recording feature that Sketch (and Draw) introduced last year and add it into Photoshop and/or Illustrator? It's an amazingly useful feature, and it's very frustrating as a 20+ year Adobe pro for it to only be part of the tablet-only apps, and out of reach for full CC users.
I don't know. I will forward this request to the Ps and Ai teams but it might also be a good idea to post the query in the Photoshop or Illustrator forums.
I'm unable to move your post because it's part of a larger thread that needs to stay in this forum, so in the meantime, if you'd like to post this request in either of those forums here are the links:
Thanks for the suggestion, but it's the powerfulness of Photoshop that is part of the problem. My surface book is a 2-in-1, a tablet and a laptop. I can take off the screen to use as a tablet and Photoshop lags quite a bit and doesn't have a tablet-friendly interface, undoing something is quite the task. Illustrator does, and it does provide single buttons for undo, redo, and delete, but the touch friendly interface and tools are lacking in comparison to these apps made just for tablets.
So, I watch my friends with their iPads drawing using sketch and other tablet applications with ease and meanwhile I'm struggling drawing using the stylus in the full Photoshop on my Surface. It's great for graphics tablets, but I bought a surface so I could potentially use just the screen as a drawing tablet too. I'd like to see Adobe catch up with the direction tablets and laptops are moving.