On Android and iOS for many years now available photo editors from Adobe, but they all do not hold out in their capabilities to the desktop version of the photo editing app. According to Bloomberg, referring to a reliable source, the situation will soon change, and a full-fledged “photoshop” will appear on mobile platforms.
It is reported that in October, Adobe will announce at its annual conference on the release in 2019 of a full-fledged Photoshop for mobile platforms. At this point, we know that only a version of Apple’s tablet computers is being developed. There is no information about the release of the app for iPhone or Android-devices.
Adobe vice president Scott Belski said earlier that they are preparing a cross-platform version of Photoshop with cloud synchronization. Thanks to this, users can start working with the image on the computer, and then continue on the iPad – and vice versa.
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