When using a feature within a mobile app, I saw a message reading, “This will be a paid feature. Free for a limited time.” What does this mean?
The feature you are using is free during an introductory period, but it may eventually require payment or a paid Adobe Creative Cloud membership plan. Note that after a paid offering is launched, any work you’ve saved using these features during the free period will continue to be accessible to you. You won’t lose any work that you do.
Why am I seeing this message in mobile apps that are not from Adobe?
Adobe is making many of the new capabilities you will find in Adobe mobile apps available within select apps from other companies via the Creative SDK. Some of these capabilities may eventually require payment or a paid Creative Cloud membership plan to use them within the app.
Pricing and availability
How can I get the Adobe mobile apps?
Please visit the Apple App Store or Google Play in your country to check availability.
In what languages are Adobe mobile apps available?
Please check the Apple App Store in your country or Google Play for specific language availability.
Is there a cost to use Adobe Creative Cloud with Adobe mobile apps?
Connectivity between the Adobe mobile apps and Creative Cloud (to sync, store, and share files) requires either a free or paid Creative Cloud membership. If you’re not already a member, you can sign up for a free Creative Cloud membership. The Adobe mobile apps do require a separate download.
We wanted to modernize Ideas and provide a consistent experience across our mobile drawing apps. For current Ideas customers, Draw offers the core drawing elements and favorite tools and controls from Ideas, but adds a number of new features. Learn more on the Adobe Illustrator Draw product page.
Do I need to own Adobe Ink and Slide to use Draw?
No. Draw is built to work with Ink and Slide, but you don’t have to own this hardware in order to use Draw. You can create in Draw using your finger or another stylus, and the built-in digital ruler.
Does Draw support other pressure sensitive pens?
Yes. Adobe Illustrator Draw does support the following pressure sensitive pens: Adonit Jot Touch 4, Adonit Jot Touch with Pixel Point. Draw also supports the palm rejection feature of the Adonit Jot Script.
How does Photoshop Touch compare with Photoshop Mix?
Photoshop Mix enables you to combine and cut out images, apply looks, and perform non-destructive edits — all compatible with Adobe Photoshop CC. Built using the new Adobe Creative SDK, Photoshop Mix delivers features and functionality to mobile devices, previously only available in our professional desktop products, in an easy-to-use app that’s as much about connection as editing.
Adobe Photoshop Touch was originally created to provide a subset of Photoshop tools within a self-contained but limited application. Photoshop Mix is focused on remixing images and extends it capabilities through Adobe Creative SDK cloud services and integration with applications like Photoshop CC.
How can I get Adobe Photoshop Mix?
Adobe Photoshop Mix is available for iPad users as a free download through the iTunes App Store.
Photoshop Mix is currently available in English, French, German and Japanese.
Visit the Photoshop Mix page on the iTunes App Store for the most up-to-date system requirements.
Where can I find more information about Adobe Photoshop Mix?
Sketch is currently available in English, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Polish.
Visit the Sketch page on the iTunes App Store for the most up-to-date system requirements.
Do I need to own Adobe Ink and Adobe Slide to use Adobe Photoshop Sketch?
No. Sketch is built to work with Adobe Ink and Slide, but you don’t have to own this hardware in order to use Sketch. You can draw in Sketch using your finger or another stylus, and the built-in digital ruler.
Does Sketch support other pressure sensitive pens?
Yes. In addition to support for Ink, Sketch also supports the latest pressure sensitive pens from Wacom and Pencil by 53.
Do I need a Creative Cloud account to use Adobe Sketch?
Install Premiere Clip on your device via the Apple App Store. First you’ll need to connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi on your device and then tap the App Store icon. In the search field at the top right of the App Store, type in “Adobe Premiere Clip”. Tap the Install button. Premiere Clip will install on your device and you’ll be ready to get started.
Do I need a Creative Cloud account to use Adobe Premiere Clip?
You will need to create a free Adobe ID to export your videos on Adobe Premiere Clip, but not a Creative Cloud account. A Creative Cloud account will provide you with additional features, such as transferring your project to Premiere Pro and syncing media from your computer.
Can I open my Adobe Premiere Clip project in Adobe Premiere Pro?
In order to export your project to Premiere Pro, you’ll need a Creative Cloud account. When you’re ready to export your project to Premiere Pro, begin by tapping the export button in the upper right corner of your screen. Next, tap the Project tab at the top of your screen followed by the Send Project button. Within a few minutes, this will send your project and media to a folder titled “AdobePremiereClipExport.” Open up Premiere Pro on your computer, and import these media files and the .xml sequence from the Creative Cloud Assets sync on your computer. Lastly, open up the .xml sequence and your project should be ready to go.
Where can I find more information about Adobe Premiere Clip?
You can learn more about Adobe Premiere Clip on these web pages: