Tuesday, 20 November, 2018

Adobe finally has a full version of Photoshop for the iPad

Adobe finally has a full version of Photoshop for the iPad Adobe confirms full version of Photoshop is coming to iPad
Cecil Davis | 15 October, 2018, 21:24

You can treat the mobile version of Photoshop CC as a standalone application, or as a companion app to the desktop version, as any projects you work on within the iPad app will automatically sync to the desktop. The company says the app has been redesigned for a modern touch experience while offering the "power and precision of its desktop" counterpart.

Alongside desktop updates to programs such as Premiere Rush CC, Premiere Pro, Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic, Adobe XD, Dimension CC, After Effects CC, Animate CC, and Character Animator CC, a new Photoshop experience was demoed and is planned for release on the iPad.

"Today, we unveiled a portfolio of next-generation creative apps that deliver meaningful value to our community by transforming creative workflows across devices and platforms". Using Creative Cloud, iPad users will be able to start editing work on the tablet and finish it on the desktop. Based on the preview version of the app, it appears to support Files.app's document providers, and I'm hopeful that iOS 11's drag and drop features will be supported as another option for importing and exporting.

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Cloud PSDs will eliminate the need for importing or exporting files, removing a major friction point that now stands in the way of working with Adobe's apps on the iPad. This is a full version of Photoshop that will be running on iPad. This itself is part of a wider announcement, namely that PSD files will be supported by a greater range of apps in the CC ecosystem than before. A subset of core functionality will be released for Photoshop CC this year for testing with an expected upgrade to the full suite happening over time in 2019.

Photoshop for iPad will be available free to all Creative Cloud subscribers, but there's no word now on whether a standalone purchase or iPad-only subscription will be possible. Details on Project Gemini are sparse at the moment but it's presumed that Adobe would like to parse the experiences in Photoshop to leverage users who use the Apple and Surface Pen technologies primarily. It is coming to Google Play Store in 2019. But an entirely new system of expanding, docking, and rearranging tool panes makes Photoshop actually usable on mobile in a way that it hasn't been before in other implementations that simply introduced a touch interface to the current desktop version of Photoshop CC.