Your artwork is automatically synced to Adobe Creative Cloud if you have an active Internet connection. If you decide to work offline, your documents are saved locally and synced to the cloud as soon as an Internet connection is established.
Adobe Fresco | Common questions
- Adobe Fresco User Guide
- What's New in Adobe Fresco
- What is Adobe Fresco
- System Requirements for Adobe Fresco
- Release Notes for Adobe Fresco
- Adobe Fresco on the iPhone
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Accessibility in Fresco
- Adobe Fresco | Common questions
- Get started with the user interface
- Upgrade to a paid plan of Adobe Fresco
- Upgrade storage for Adobe Fresco
- Supported features on iPad and Windows devices
- Draw, paint, animate, and share
- Shapes in Adobe Fresco
- Pixel brushes
- Live brushes
- Vector brushes
- Mixer brushes
- Ribbon brushes
- Adjust pressure curve on stylus
- Paint inside boundaries
- Apply motion to artwork
- Free Transform tool
- Magic Wand tool
- Smudge tool
- Liquify tool
- Add and modify text
- Publish, export, and share
- Layer masks
- Access Creative Cloud libraries in Fresco
- Add your own font
- Grids alignment
- Adobe Fresco and Creative Cloud apps
- Cloud documents
- Examples, ideas, and inspiration
Find answers to the most common questions about Adobe Fresco.
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What’s the difference between Photoshop on the iPad and Adobe Fresco?
Photoshop on the iPad is best used for creative image editing and pixel-level retouching on the go.
Adobe Fresco is a brand-new drawing and painting app. You can start with a blank canvas and use powerful pixel, vector, and watercolor and oil live brushes to bring your imagination to life. Adobe Fresco has the power of the Photoshop painting engine.
If you subscribe to Adobe Fresco on any surface (iOS or Windows), you get access to Photoshop on the iPad. Similarly, if you subscribe to Photoshop on iPad, you get access to Adobe Fresco on any surface.