Bloomberg reports that Adobe is now developing a cross-platform Photoshop app for iOS, described as a "full version" of the popular desktop image editing suite.
Adobe already makes photo-editing software for the iPad, but Photoshop Express, Photoshop Fix, Photoshop Mix, and Lightroom Mobile are stripped-down apps that are designed specifically for mobile devices. Speaking with Bloomberg, Adobe's chief product offer of Creative Cloud Scott Belsky, did confirm that the company was working on a cross-platform version of Photoshop but didn't specify when the app would come to fruition.
Adobe plans to reveal Photoshop for iPad at its annual MAX creative conference in October, with sources stating that engineering delays aside, the app should see the light of day sometime in 2019.
According to Bloomberg, the new Adobe Photoshop for iPad will allow users to seamlessly edit files between devices.
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As part of the platform rewrite, the Adobe apps would share more code and enable greatly-improved cross-device cloud sync and collaboration than what is possible today.
What do you think of Adobe Photoshop coming for iPad? For Adobe, having a full-featured Photoshop on the tablet is expected to satisfy hobbyists and more casual users of the software while still meeting the needs of professionals who need to perform tasks away from their work stations.
The firm won't completely replace the existing Photoshop app on the desktop with the "modern" version. Belsky also noted that previously mobile devices have not been robust enough to run the program; however, newer versions of the iPad Pro are now powerful enough.
As someone who treats Photoshop like a third limb, I'm keenly interested in just what "full" means in this case.
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