Revit Software and Adobe Photoshop have released a new app to make it easier for remote desktop users to work remotely.
It is the latest move by the companies to counter what it calls the “digital divide” between their products.
While both software companies have been making strides in closing the digital divide, the companies face resistance from some users who say the remote apps do not offer the full range of features they have.
Revit said in a blog post that it had “long worked to provide a complete, fully functional remote desktop experience.”
The app allows users to access their work files and share them with others, as well as make and receive calls and send email.
Adobe said in its blog post it has worked to develop a “faster, more efficient, and more flexible” remote desktop client.
The new app will be available for download today.
In the blog post, Revit founder and chief executive officer Scott Smith said the company “has always believed that desktop productivity is best done on a single computer or device, and that our products can work across desktops and desktops on mobile devices.”
He said Revit’s “continued focus on desktop productivity” will make Revit more valuable to companies.
Revt said it has a “long-standing relationship with Adobe and has been working with the company to develop the next generation of Revit Remote Desktop software, which is now available for Windows PCs, Macs, and Android devices.”
Smith said in the blog posts that he expects “several dozen” users to download the new app.
The apps are not available in all markets.
Adobe is expected to launch the Revit software for Windows this fall.
It also said in March it will launch a new version of its mobile mobile software, called Revit Mobile.
The company is also expanding its mobile software offering to include the Revt Remote Desktop app.
RevTek has had an app for a while, but its latest app is more robust, and allows users access to their documents, contacts, and other data.
But it has yet to offer a full remote desktop app, and it’s unclear how well that would work.
“The RevTess team is excited to begin the rollout of our latest RevTest Suite product,” RevTeks chief marketing officer Adam Kucher said in an email.
“We are excited to bring our customers a full-featured mobile remote desktop solution that supports Windows, Mac, and iOS.”
The RevTests app is available for free for the Windows 10 Mobile version, and for $1.99 for the Android app.
Kucger said the RevTets mobile app will allow RevTesters to create and upload photos and documents, send emails, and manage calendars.
Users can also view a list of all their saved files and manage their calendars.