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Tech & Science You Can Now Download Photoshop For iPad

18:06  04 november  2019
18:06  04 november  2019 Source:   gizmodo.com.au

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Photoshop for iPad was announced last year when the 2018 iPad Pro was unveiled. The announcement said that the app will be released in 2019, and Adobe just hit their You can download the app now and use the free trial for 30 days. The monthly subscription will cost .99 per month.

You can download Photoshop for iPad now . Professional and news photographers should find the new app particularly useful, as they’ll be able to edit and upload photos from the scene of an event rather than having to wait until they get home, and without having carry a laptop with them at all times.

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After almost a year of waiting, you can finally download Photoshop for iPad. Adobe announced in a blog that Version 1.0 of the software launches today—though bear in mind, it’s a good idea to temper expectations.

The first iteration of the app will, in Adobe’s words, feature “workflows, compositing, masking, and retouching.” So no, it won’t be the full desktop version of Photoshop. Even though the program uses the same code as the desktop version, Adobe is mostly focusing on how creators will use the program in a mobile context. However, the company did take care to note that more features are in the pipeline for future updates. (Some upcoming features teased on its website include rotate canvas, refine edge, select subject, on top of more brushing options.)

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The full iOS version of Adobe Photoshop has appeared for download early - you can snag it now , if you have a supported iPad . It was expected that the full version of Photoshop for iPad would be formally unveiled during the Adobe Max opening keynote later today, and available on the App Store

As far as the tools Photoshop on the iPad does have, you 'll be able to use full PSD compatibility and a familiar interface from the desktop Creative Cloud app. The workspace has been retooled for the iPad though, so you can view both simplified and detailed layers panels as needed -- just as one example.

With the iPad app, users can open and edit files, regardless of which device you’re using, thanks to the new Cloud PSD format, which will show up as the PSDC extension when saving. In practice, that means you can autosave files and use other cloud storage options aside from Creative Cloud. Adobe also says that Photoshop users on iPad can work on their files safely offline—edits will be stored on-device until you’re back online. The new format is part of Adobe’s push into new tablet apps, which includes the recently released Fresco and Aero.

Right now, Photoshop for iPad is available to anyone who already has a Creative Cloud subscription. If you already have a subscription, you can just download the app for iOS and log in with your Adobe ID. If you don’t, then you’ll have to sign up—the cheapest plan is $US10 ($14) a month and includes Photoshop and Lightroom.

Photoshop For iPad Is Terrible. Here's What Needs To Happen To Make It Great .
A year ago, Adobe revealed a potential game changer for the iPad that could help turn the tablet into a legitimate laptop replacement: the full version of Photoshop was coming to iPadOS. A year later, the mobile version of the long-revered photo editing app is finally here, and it’s a near unusable disappointment. Adobe has promised a steady stream of updates and improvements for the app, but I have my own suggestions for fixing Photoshop on the iPad.

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