In it's current state it's basically GIMP with a new name, icon, and some hotkeys. I see very little adoption in schools happening. Colleges will just purchase Photoshop (as they should) and GIMP. Quite a few of the high schools I've worked in have purchased full Adobe CC subscriptions in bulk. Web-based photo editors are just overall better in a school environment. The online accounts makes it easier to check out laptops/tablets to the students, grade assignments when synced to the student's Google Drive, and access assignments when at home. Plus adding a bookmark saves much more time than installing software on dozens and dozens of laptops. +1 Star for the new icon +1 Star (in faith) for the upcoming accessibility features It's been over a year and they've hardly done anything. Yet they're already planning on launching another image editor. Aside from accessibility, they're solving problems that are either so small, nonexistent, or already have solutions.