After months of waiting, Photoshop finally got an iPad version. Adobe had announced in October 2018 that it would offer the program to Apple tablet users and only now has it appeared on the App Store.
In an announcement made on your blog, the company said, “This is just the beginning of our journey to expand Photoshop to devices.” She also indicated that the application will have all the features of the desktop version.
Thinking about optimizing the experience for the touch screen, Adobe modified features such as quick selection. The program also has support for the two generations of Apple Pencil, which should help anyone who uses it to create illustrations.
Available on this link, the new version of Photoshop is compatible with iPadOS and, according to Adobe, is available for iPad Pro, iPad 5th Generation, iPad Mini 4, iPad Air 2. As with the desktop version, the program offers a free trial for 30 days.
Adobe promises Illustrator for iPad in 2020
Also on Monday (4), Adobe announced that it will launch a version of Illustrator for iPad in 2020. The company says it has listened to thousands of designers to understand what to offer in the application, which is still in the early stages of development.
Like Photoshop, Illustrator for iPad should also benefit from Apple Pencil. Adobe did not give an exact release date, but has already released a form for those interested in testing the beta of the app.