Being a Photoshop user, you'll be loaded with your toolbox wherever you are, and this is what Adobe wants to do.
Beyond teasing Photoshop CC, the company revealed a drawing app destined first for the iPad. In fact, Adobe has been offering iPad versions of its programmes for a while, but none have had all the features of their desktop entities.
That's about to change, however, as Adobe on Monday announced Photoshop CC for iPad, which will feature a revamped mobile-friendly interface designed specifically for a touch experience.
Project Gemini isn't available yet, however, Adobe is looking for beta testers and professional illustrators to test the app. The output of this program is also scheduled for 2019. As demonstrated, you can use lots of different brushes that appear to lay down real paint.
Adobe is hard at work bringing its powerful suite of photo editing tools in Photoshop to the iPad. Besides the normal cutting and merging of the video, the application will also let you color correct and title your videos. "People can use the mobile version of Photoshop on its own or as a partner to Photoshop on the desktop".
PSD files saved on the iPad version will be automatically saved in the Adobe Cloud, meaning they can be worked on across multiple devices.
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Available on iOS, Mac, and PC, the app sync all projects and edits to the cloud, allowing you to work on any device. You can get it under following plans.
For both Adobe and Apple, the response to Photoshop on iPad will be interesting to see. For example, with the new frame tool, you can create image boxes to insert images in specific sizes and ratios, just like it is done in InDesign. In fact, it's hidden in a toolbar on the right side of the screen.
Why make a video if no one will be able to watch it? "This is the real Photoshop on the iPad". This isn't a scaled-down version of the app, but rather the full Photoshop experience ported directly to a new device. While it doesn't seem to have gained any new features since its announcement, Adobe has several upgrades planned for the near future.
Photoshop CC on the iPad will launch in 2019, but no specific release date was shared. This will also provide a more natural user experience.
Henry T. Casey, Henry is a senior writer at Laptop Mag, covering security, Apple and operating systems.