Adobe Photoshop Touch App Gets Retina Display Support

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Adobe Photoshop Touch App Gets Retina Display Support

Adobe has updated its Photoshop Touch application for both Android and iOS. The latest update has brought Retina Display support for Photoshop Touch. 

The updated version is titled Photoshop Touch 1.3 and is now available for download from both Google Play Store and iTunes App Store. New users will have to pay $9.99 (approx Rs. 550) for downloading this app on to their device. For users who already have Adobe Photoshop Touch downloaded in to their device earlier, the updated version can be downloaded for free. 

Updates and Improvements

The new features being included in the updated version of the app includes the presence of ‘shred and colorize’ effects which will give users the ability to bring more color changes to pictures. The animations being featured are now smoother compared to the previous versions. 

Scrolling has also been made smoother in the organizer and tutorial browsers. For easier switching between the views, the updated version now uses a three-finger tap gesture. For more accurate movements, the app has included a pixel-nudging mode. The latest version also supports Photo Stream on iPad. 

One of the company spokesperson stated that they have made significant improvements in the interface and text features of the application compared to the previous versions. The company has also stated that users will be able to see images with quality like never before especially using the latest iPad. 

The latest generation iPad3 now supports a high resolution retina display. Adobe’s Stephen Nielson was stated as saying in a blog post, “It was no easy task to get such a complex app like Photoshop Touch to work with the Retina Display, but we think you’ll love the result.” 

Print-Resolution images of up to 12 mega pixels

A significant improvement is visible in the updated version of Adobe Photoshop Touch with the latest version supporting print-resolution images of up to 12 mega pixels compared to the 4.2 mega pixels available by default. 

The specification can be raised from 4.2 mega pixels up to 12 mega pixels by navigating towards the option denoted as ‘Preferences’. Adobe has stated the updated application to be capable of handling up to 16 full-sized layers within a single file.

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