Adobe offers better Windows 8.1 touch support for Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC
Adobe made a number of announcements today as part of their Adobe MAX 2014 conference, including the launches of new desktop versions of many of their powerful applications. Two of them in particular, Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC, have received improvements for touchscreen devices running Windows 8.1 such as the 12-inch Surface Pro 3.
While Adobe has released apps made specifically for Windows 8.1 in the past such as Photoshop Express, these new versions of the Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC desktop apps will allow more touchscreen gestures to be supported. For example,. Photoshop CC lets users pinch, zoom, pan, and rotate the app with their fingers.
As far as Illustrator CC, the app now allows touch-based users to select objects in the app and even to join lines with a finger touch. The company also offered up some new features in the Curvature tool. It states:
Today's updates to Creative Cloud are expected to be available to Creative Cloud members by the end of the day as part of their membership at no additional cost.
If you use Photoshop CC and/or Illustrator CC, what do you think of these improvements specifically for Windows 8.1 touchscreen device owners?
Source: Adobe (opens in new tab)
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$20 Any single App
$50 Everything https://creative.adobe.com/plans If I want to Illustrator and InDesign I have to do the $50 plan. They need to make it more flexible. $15 for any 2 apps
$30 for any 5 apps plus Type Kit
$50 for any apps, Type Kit, Web services The way they do it now is way to structured as if they know the best. They should let their users pick.