Adobe Bringing New Features To Photoshop For iPad Soon


Adobe launched the Photoshop app for the iPad earlier this year. However, it missed out on some of the core features, which disappointed users. As a follow-up, Adobe Photoshop for iPad is going to get some new features in an update coming out next year. The app will likely get a new tool by the year-end.

Adobe Bringing New Features To Photoshop For iPad Soon


Adobe Photoshop For iPad: New Features

The first version of Photoshop for iPad included some basic features like composting, masking, and retouching. But, the app users reported that it was still missing on many key features. Adobe's product manager, Pam Clark said in a blog post that the company is "excited to share" about the future "and give you a glimpse into what's to come and how your input is reflected in our planning process."

As part of the Adobe Photoshop for iPad feature update, a new subject selection tool, powered by Adobe's Sensei machine-learning technology, will be added. Plus, Adobe is planning to make Cloud PSD synchronization faster. The company plans to achieve this by releasing an update to the app by the end of 2019.

In addition, Adobe will launch some new features with Lightroom integration to the app in the first half of 2020. As part of this update, Refine Edge, Curves, brush sensitivity, rotate canvas, and Curves will be added to the app. The Lightroom integration on the app will allow users to process raw images in the Lightroom premium on the iPad, which can further be processed on the Photoshop app.

Adobe Bringing New Features To Photoshop For iPad Soon


Adobe Photoshop For iPad Update In 2020

Adobe says that the Photoshop app for iPad uses the same codebase used for the desktop version. This way, users can sync their files across devices. Yet, the user expectation demand is still mounting. "Selections in Photoshop on the iPad will become incredible with the addition of rich and deep selection capabilities only available in Photoshop," the company assured in the blog post.

Adobe has made it clear that the first version of the Photoshop app is just the beginning as it's the company's first attempt to bring Photoshop for tablet users. One can expect more updates and features over time.

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