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Monday
Oct152018

The iPad is finally getting a proper version of Photoshop in 2019

Apple's iPad and iPad Pro are becoming more powerful and there are a lot of compelling applications for consumers and professionals but there hasn't been an anser for Photoshop on the iPad, until now.

Adobe just announced Adobe Photoshop will be coming to the iPad in 2019. This puts Apple's powerful hardware to good use in photo editing situations. The iPad Pro already does a great job with editing 4K video so it has the processing chops, creating Photoshop for iPad changes the game for mobile content creators.

“Photoshop has stopped being a desktop product and has become a system,“ says Scott Belsky, Adobe’s chief product officer. Photoshop is an all-in-one platform, an industry standard that’s used by professionals and internet memesters alike.

“The features we’re bringing in first really focus on compositing workflows — bringing in images, combining and manipulating pixels to blend together,” says senior product manager Jenny Lyell. “The features we have in the app right now are around layers, transforming, selections, masking, brushing.” This is excellent news for both Adobe and for Apple and its iPad users.

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