Adobe removing Photoshop Mix, Fix from App Store. Adobe is withdrawing its free “Photoshop Mix” and “Photoshop Fix” applications from the App Store on June 21 after years of neglect.
The business recommended users of the applications to migrate to its “Photoshop Express Picture Editor,” which needs a monthly or annual subscription for advanced photo editing.
Photoshop was release in App Store before the iPad having its complete verson.
Adobe sought to provide iPad users with some kind of picture editing functionality on the fly at the time.
The program enables users to “simply create and share professional multilayered graphics and designs in minutes” by adding text layers.
On the other hand, Photoshop Fix is better suites to minor for touch-ups and enhancements.
Photoshop Mix was last updated three years ago, whereas Photoshop Fix was updated two years ago to provide compatibility for the iPhone X and other higher-resolution screens.
Both applications will be available for download until June 21 on the App Store.
Adobe has published the first version of Photoshop that runs natively on Macs equipped with Apple’s new silicon M1 CPU.
Adobe’s internal testing revealed that Photoshop significantly improves performance throughout the program for consumers using the newest Macs.
Photoshop for M1 Macs, the business claims, performs most tasks 1.5 times quicker than Photoshop for Intel Macs.
Photoshop is now available on the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, and Mac mini.