Adobe Photoshop for iPad
Adobe, the creator of the most popular and productive photo editing app of all time, Photoshop, the company which brought the analog photographs into the digital world, 28 years ago and changed everything. And now after the years of launch on the Windows platform, Adobe is finally expanding the support for the Photoshop software to the new platform, that is iOS and specifically, for Apple’s iPads. According to a report by Bloomberg, Adobe is all set to launch the full version of the Photoshop software later this year at its annual MAX creative conference in October.
According to report, Scott Belsky, Chief product officer of Creative Cloud at Adobe, confirmed that the new cross-platform iteration of Photoshop was in process, and not only this but the company was working for other applications too but didn’t’ speak about the official launch of the projects. Belsky also added that the customers of Adobe, specifically in media and entertainment, are working more on tablets rather than desktop systems, and have asked the company for the capability to make “edits on the fly” to their creative projects.
Currently, professionals use their desktops computers, but as said earlier, if one wants to change it to a mobile alternative, then there are only two options available, for which he can go for, first is the Microsoft Surface tablets, which can be used with satisfaction for full productivity of the Photoshop software, but the other alternative, which is Apple iPad, still do not support the Photoshop, even after the eight years of the launch. The Microsoft Surface tablets come with the same Windows OS, whereas, the Apple iPad runs on the iOS, and isn’t compatible with the MacOS versions of the Photoshop.
There is nothing much information available for the launch of the new app supporting the iOS and iPads. With the new coming version of the Photoshop and other apps, users will be able to run full versions of the programs on Apple iPad and continue edits on different devices.
Adobe all these statements were the confirmation of the new plans of the company to bring the most popular editing software in an all-new platform, however, the company has recently previewed Project Rush, which is a lighter video editing app that works on iPad platform, which was the hints, that company rolled out that project as a test bed for the next upcoming software, that is, Photoshop, a person familiar with Adobe’s software development talked to Bloomberg.
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