Photoshop could run like desktop on 2nd Ipad Pro

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Hello there!
Have an ipad pro 2nd and i love drawing apps. But t im feeling strange. Something still missing. That something that i can do only with PS on desktop.
I dont want to say the same thing "Please do Photoshop APP for Ios Ipad Pro", but what i would like to say is Why Adobe still refuse to doing ,it?
We are in 2017, Clip Studio paint jas been released just now on the Ipad and its sublime! Someone will say that 9€ month is too much, or that the app is not working so well, but for me, its sublime!
They have put effort and they have done it!
Why a big Company lile Adobe still thinking about this?
You will destroy the entire Market with the app and make all Ipad Pro owners finally happy to draw on this amazing device with an amazing app!
Is there something wrong with Apple??
This could mean finally Professional finished product on mobile devices!
Think about this adobe.
Was you that said " Photoshop is a worldwide app used from professional...." Yeah professionals love and use this app 24h, so this is a hint. New ipad got really powerfull features! Listen to the audience adobe... Photoshop is us
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I say support affinity photo for a photoshop replacement on iPad. They are really making a good photoshop replacement on iPad Pro, Mac and PC.
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Cristen Gillespie

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> I say support affinity photo for a photoshop replacement on iPad.>

I use Affinity Photo on the desktop from time to time. But I prefer to stay within the Adobe circle for moving my files from one app/location to the next with the minimum of hassle and loss of editing power. That Affinity has created an app for the iPad Pro is a proof of concept for Adobe to do it, but not a replacement for Adobe producing something, preferably soon. Their little mobile apps really aren't powerful enough.

However, rather than Photoshop, I fear they are putting their effort into  developing LR CC as their mobile editing app. I want layers and masks and brushes, so for me,  LR CC doesn't yet go far enough.
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Right now comparing Affinity Photo to Photoshop Mix is like comparing cars to semi trucks. if adobe were to try to make a full featured photoshop for iPad today they would have to overhaul it 2x as much as they did with Lightroom CC. Then they'd be diverting tons of the resources that need to be going into Lightroom. I think they should focus on Lightroom CC until they have it somewhat stable, then start trying compete with Affinity Photo. Plus, other than a couple of photoshop’s smart features Affinity Photo does everything I need it to do, and, it’s much faster than Photoshop on the desktop.
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> I think they should focus on Lightroom CC until they have it somewhat stable, then start trying compete with Affinity Photo.>

The Lightroom team isn't the same as the Photoshop team. They may very well not have the resources, but there's no reason they have to "fix" LR CC first, then go tackle PS for iPad Pro, since there's no reason to assume the LR team would know enough of PS to both port the code and make the kind of decisions that have to be made for PS users. The top brass, however, would have to approve the plan, and we won't hear about it if they do until they release it.  '-}

If I had a pressing need to work on an iPad Pro, though, I wouldn't hold my breath or wait around—yes, I'd buy Affinity now. It wouldn't break the bank. But as long as I don't have a pressing need for either app, I'm going to continue to say I'd prefer it if Adobe met the challenge.
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I’d probably have to agree that adobe would do an awesome job with photoshop on iPad if they released it now, although I’d say by the time they do release it, affinity will be a lot better than it is now and adobe will be late to the game with tons of bugs to fix.