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Review: Adobe Photoshop Touch on iOS

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Adobe Photoshop is still the premier image editing application on PCs and Macs. It has been used for everything from improving digital images, altering models for magazine spreads and even designing elaborate movie backdrops.

Photoshop's key feature has always been the unparalleled ease of pushing pixels as well as layer-based editing and composition. Now on the iPad, Adobe Photoshop Touch ($9.99) lets your fingers work magic.

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Video: Adobe Photoshop Touch Demo from Adobe MAX 2011

Adobe Photoshop Touch is the one application on the Android Marketplace that we feel will spur on adoption from the creative class. Here is a touch-enabled version of Photoshop, with layers and an incredibly deep list of functionality. Coming in November, this app might skew the Android tablet market significantly by making 10.1 to 8.9 inch tablets viable content creation or manipulation device. Here is our exclusive demo with Alex Hughes, Senior Product Manager for Adobe Phototoshop Touch from the Adobe MAX 2011 conference today.