By David Phelan, Contributor | Forbes | 5 days 3 hours ago | Tech
New report confirms what the Adobe exec said in interview. The iPad version is needed, not least, because creativity doesn't just happen at the desk.
By Bill Thomas | TechRadar | 4 days 22 hours ago | Tech
Since the release of iOS 11 and the iPad Pro , Apple has been asking “ what’s a computer? ” And, now that Adobe is bringing Photoshop over to to the iPad as well, many more people might be asking themselves that same question. We don’t know when it’s going to happen, but Adobe is planning on bringing Photoshop to iOS later this year, as part of the process of porting more Creative Cloud apps to...
By Hillary Grigonis | Digital Trends | 5 days 1 hour ago | Tech
Will an upcoming version of Photoshop be as mobile-friendly as Lightroom CC? A report from anonymous company insiders says that Adobe is working on a full version of Photoshop for the iPad. The post Photoshop power in a mobile app? Report suggests full Photoshop coming to iPad appeared first on Digital Trends .
By Lori Grunin | CNET | 5 days 5 hours ago | Tech
It was always an inevitable move by Adobe, the only question was timing.
By Romain Dillet | TechCrunch | 5 days 5 hours ago | Tech
Adobe currently has three dozens apps in the App Store. But one app is still missing. According to a report from Bloomberg , the company could be working on a full-fledged version of Photoshop for the iPad. And it makes sense for a ton of reasons. First, it’s clear that the iPad has become powerful enough to run complicated image editing software. Just two days ago, Serif launched Affinity Designer...
By Jeremy Horwitz | VentureBeat | 5 days 7 hours ago | Tech
After multiple half-steps over the past eight years, Adobe now plans to launch a full version of its popular photo editing app Photoshop for the iPad. Bloomberg reports today that the app will likely be debuted at Adobe’s MAX conference in October 2019, and hit the market in 2019. Photoshop has remained one of the most important applications… Read More
By Vlad Savov | The Verge | 5 days 8 hours ago | Tech
Last year’s release of iOS 11 from Apple was all about turning the iPad into a full-fledged PC , but there remained a set of core desktop apps that were still stubbornly off Apple’s mobile platform, with the full-fat version of Photoshop being key among them. Today, however, a report from Bloomberg reveals that Adobe is working on correcting that omission. Adobe is said to be planning to announce...