The application has become a benchmark among artists who are taking their first steps in the digital environment. Adobe Fresco has a multitude of brushes that imitate analog media such as watercolors, charcoal, or pastels. All this, of course, being compatible with vector and pixelated environments.
Adobe Fresco arrives at the Microsoft Store
Without a doubt, Adobe Fresco is one of the best apps that artists can use on Surface devices. For example, Brad Colbow uses Adobe Fresco on his Surface Pro 9, even though the app actually caught on on the iPad. In fact, the Adobe Fresco interface is identical on iOS and Windows.
Now, Adobe Fresco users will be able to enjoy the benefits of purchasing the application through the Microsoft Store. Therefore, they will be able to purchase and download the app in just a few clicks, abstracting themselves from the installation process, and with the benefit of automatic and background updates from the Microsoft Store.
Actually, it seems that Adobe Fresco has been in the Microsoft Store for some time, since there is a review dated October 10. However, Adobe has not announced this release on the Microsoft Store and the app’s installation page only mentions the ability to use the download link.
Despite this, we are glad to see how more and more developers, including some prominent ones such as Adobe, continue to bet on the Microsoft Store. It seems that the new Microsoft policies have been a successsince since the launch of Windows 11 we have been able to see how the store has more relevant applications every day.