Here’s another example of the frustrating ‘Adobe upsell’

Adobe is under fire for removing features from it’s services. | Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

Adobe has come under fire by Sebastiaan de With, co-founder of popular iOS camera app Halide, for removing Apple’s ubiquitous AirDrop sharing feature from Photoshop and disrupting his workflow. De With expressed his frustrations on Twitter directly at Scott Belsky, chief product officer at Adobe, asking “Could someone at Adobe please throttle the user-hostile cloud upselling that’s happening?”

Since the release of Photoshop 23.3, Adobe has required users to save their work as a cloud document before it can be directly shared with others. The company had previously disclosed the change in May, noting that the Quick Share feature would be removed due to “low usage, desire to simplify the options bar UI, and redundant functionality to other…

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