Adobe Photoshop version for iPad
Adobe Photoshop version for iPad is available
The application has been redesigned to fit a mobile device and has many important Photoshop tools, especially compositing, retouching, and masking. While not having all the features of Photoshop in the iPad version, Adobe said that this first version is just the starting line.
According to Photoshop product manager, Pam Clark said, the first version of Photoshop on iPad focused on common features that Photoshop knew would be useful to most users. Adobe also noted that many features will be added in the near future.
Although built from the same code base as the desktop version of Photoshop, the iPad version of the iPad does not have all the good features like the pen tool or the timeline animation. Adobe also integrates into the new version of Photoshop on its iPad Cloud file format, allowing users to sync edits on tablets and desktops.
When a PSD file is in the cloud, its extension will be changed to PSDC. PSDCs will be automatically saved when users make edits and can be saved in Creative Cloud and other external cloud storage locations. Users can use Photoshop on iPad or desktop when there is no network. Edits are stored in the cache until the device reconnects to the internet.
Photoshop on iPad has a toolbar on the left, which contains tools such as brush, type, clone stamp, healing brush, and lasso. The right toolbar will be photo editing tools such as brightness, contrast, color and saturation, …
Photoshop on iPad is only available to customers using Creative Cloud. Otherwise, users will have to sign up for paid plans, the cheapest of which is the Photography package ($ 9.99) including Lightroom and Photoshop.
As a newly launched application, Adobe is still working to update more features for users to have a more enjoyable experience. Adobe is still acknowledging the comments and contributions of users to gradually upgrade and improve the Photoshop application on iPad. You can also download the version Photoshop CS6 to use on PC.