Adobe has finally managed to bring Photoshop on iPad in full version, after having accumulated delays that have delayed the release a year after the announcement.
The new Photoshop for iPad has been available for a few hours in the Apple store and, as widely expected, this first version offers photo editing tools optimized to work best on iPad with Apple Pencil. With the next updates the company plans to improve various functions such as the use of brushes, masks, finishing edges and the selection of subjects.
A long-term strategy for an application that will improve over time, through new, increasingly feature-rich updates.
All with a touch
Take advantage of the same desktop tools, such as layers, masks, filters and adjustments, by simply touching them. Use your fingers to pinch, touch, scribble and scroll. You will feel even closer to your projects.The difference is in the details
Lean and responsive navigation controls let you quickly pan, zoom in to the pixel grid accurately, and easily switch between levels.
It's easy to keep your files synchronized on your desktop and mobile, because now you don't have to do anything. It's all automatic. No import, export or conversion. Your PSD files are the same everywhere and are always up to date
Contextual user interface
The basic tools and selection options appear only when you need them. The essential panels allow you to move intuitively between the levels and at the same time stay focused on the canvas, forgetting the mess.
Adobe Photoshop for iPad is compatible with all devices that support iPadOS, below is the complete list of models supported by the program:
- iPad Pro (Wi-Fi, 4G / LTE)
- iPad Pro (12.9 ") and second generation model
- iPad Pro (10.5 ")
- iPad Pro (9.7 ")
- iPad fifth generation
- iPad Mini 4
- iPad Air 2
- Apple Pencil (second generation)
- Apple Pencil (first generation)
To use Adobe Photoshop for iPad you must have a suitable monthly subscription, or to use of the 30-day free trial period.