Photoshop Mobile: Support for Samsung/Android tablet

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The full photoshop and lightroom experience in a mobile format. Much like you've done for the iPad.
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Özant Özümert Bulguoğlu

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Yes I'd love that they already made an app called Samsung Rush they can also make Samsung Photoshop or etc.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled PS for Android.

Am I the only one who wants a decent PhotoShop app for Android? I don't get why the iPad is getting one but not Android. I use CS6 on my Mac, but id love to carry over my work on mobile. PLEASE
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Rain

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I would love this as well. I don't use apple products.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled PS for Android.

Am I the only one who wants a decent PhotoShop app for Android? I don't get why the iPad is getting one but not Android. I use CS6 on my Mac, but id love to carry over my work on mobile. PLEASE
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled full version photoshop for android?.

Hello dear family,
Do u think or did u planned to make a full version photoshop for android? Because that would be great! Also as I know u published or gonna publish a full version ps for apple devices, right? :/ 
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Will there be a full Photoshop on Android?.

I noticed that the full Photoshop is coming to the iPad.  It seems that many of the Android Devices are more capable or equal to the iPad.  Is there a plan to bring full Photoshop to the android os?
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled photoshop for android???.

why is there so big difference in the versions for android and Ipad??? Adobe launched about 1 year ago, a complete new version for ipad, why is a similar version not realesed for android yet???
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My thought is that the cost that would have to be invested in doing a complete  rewrite to accommodate Android users would be a non starter for the company. You don't simply paint the barn doors to be able to do such a massive effort!  Cannot just port over to Android anymore than you could decide to start teaching US kids in public schools in Mandarin next semester. We are talking millions of bucks required for a minimal incremental return! 
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled PODERIA DISPONIBILIZAR PHOTOSHOP PARA TABLET ANDROID COMO FOI PARA IPAD.

PHOTOSHOP PARA TABLET ANDROID 
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Photoshop for android.

Any plan to have full Photoshop apps for Android like ipad?
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Haley Slauenwhite

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Photoshop for android.

Just bought a brand new Samsung tab, (the most recently released one to be exact) and the Photoshop version for Android is not at all what was expected. Nor is lightroom. I'm very disappointed because I am not an Apple user I am not able to edit photos the way I want to on an Android device. I use overlays quite a bit and I'm unable to on any of these apps! Please make them compatible with Android with all the features the iPad has.
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If image editing with Photoshop on your mobile device is important, you'll have to switch to iPad for the time being.  From the brief conversations that I've had with the Adobe teams, there are way too many variations in Android devices and the Android OS.