Did you know that Adobe Photoshop is now available on iPad? The app launched at Adobe MAX a few weeks ago, where the first version of the tablet experience was introduced. Photoshop on iPad is built with a new user experience, completely redesigned for the tablet and the era of touch and mobility, and is a great companion to your desktop workflow.
Adobe is moving to the next phase of our journey, which includes a steady cadence of features that add new functionality and enhance the experience.
Some new upcoming features on Photoshop on iPad will launch as early as this year and include:
- Select Subject: As previewed at MAX, Select Subject uses Adobe Sensei to enable you to automatically select the subject of an image to speed up complex selections.
- Cloud documents: The new cloud system makes working across devices seamless. The Photoshop cloud document format is optimized to save only the incremental changes made to the PSD, making it the fastest way to work across all your devices with Photoshop.
And that’s not all! In the first half of 2020, look forward to:
- Refine Edge: The Refine Edge brush is one of the most important selection tools in Photoshop. It is used to make complex, soft edge selections on challenging subjects, or to perfect selections of objects that intermix both soft and hard edges.
- Brush sensitivity and Rotate Canvas: We know you have been enjoying the amazing brush sensitivity in the new Adobe Fresco app and of course you want to rotate the canvas to perfectly position it for any angle.
- Lightroom Integration: You’ll be able to process raw images in Lightroom premium on your iPad and take them further in Photoshop using workflows designed specifically for this device.
Great ideas can happen anywhere. With Adobe mobile apps, great work can too. Download the app here.
Customers and their insights are also a critical part of Adobe’s building process and we want to hear your inputs. You can join our community forum to give feedback on how you would like to see the app improve.
For more information on Photoshop for iPad new features, please refer to this blog post.