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Well, this is the deal. Adobe has decided to stop supporting Photoshop Touch. That is why you can't find it in the app store. Eventually it will be so incompatible with future IOS, that it won't work. I am already experiencing problems with the app crashing.
Sadly but not surprising, Adobe has decided to stop development one of their best ipad app. The other apps they have are nothing but useless junk. At least for my taste and uses. I have downloaded all of them and tried them. If I could put them all in a pile of junk and burn it, I would. Amd I am being very nice here.
It's too bad, I guess that Adobe realized that they had created something too good and was taking business away from other software, so they pulled the plug. Greed at it's best! I would suggest that you try other apps and never go back to Adobe products. I have been reading online about this issue and Adobe has pissed off a lot people and many have found substitutes and some actually like it better. Some are suggesting Pixelmator, and Photogene. many claim that it's is much better that Photoshop Touch.
As for me, I am following the crowds and looking for other software that will give me what I need. With Photoshop Touch for iPad gone now, I am pretty much kissing Adobe good bye for good. At one time Photoshop was "the app," but now days there are a lot of just as good or better in some areas Software. Good Luck!
This absolutely devastating! I’ve been working on a project that will help disabled children for many years and I have all of my work saved in .psdx format on the Adobe Cloud. I am beyond sad to agree with @noneofyour, but none of Adobe’s other apps appear to even be able to open a .psdx file much less edit the files in basic ways. Is Adobe abandoning all users that need to edit files using their own file format?
If this isn't outrageous then what? How come they can decide to stop updating software that you have paid for?
All vendors stop supporting old programs at some point
Microsoft did the same thing, and all under their own control... The perfectly good MS Office 97 I owned stopped working (would not even install) when I moved from a WinXP computer to a Win7 computer... Microsoft had TOTAL control over their own products (unlike here, where Adobe has NO control over Apple's operating system) and I was forced to buy MS Office again to be able to use it... So if you want to blame someone for your program not working, contact Apple... or don't upgrade your Apple operating system