Now the iPhone, iPod touch and Android users can get the Adobe Photoshop Touch app. It means, now the users will join the iPad and Android tablet users. It’s to mention here that the app has been available for iPad and Android tablets since early last year.
Features of the iPhone and Android apps resemble with the apps of the slates. However, the UI is upgraded for the smaller screen of the mobile phones. Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPhone and Android phones constitute core Photoshop features like adjustment and filters, advanced selection tools, layers, etc.
Apart, the users can get touch-optimized features. These features include Scribble Selection for high-precision selections using only fingers and the Camera Fill for real-time unification of your snapper feed with layers. Incidentally, this app features filters equivalent to the slate version. For instance: Colour Drops, Acrylic Paint, and the latest Ripple filter as well.
Photoshop Touch has been designed with an aim to support the Adobe Creative Cloud. It means, the users can start a project on their phone and can continue on the slates or desktop running Adobe CS6. The best part to mention is that the app is available for every customer with a free Creative Cloud account.
However, it doesn’t support the Dropbox or opening files through email which has made many users grieve. But the users can get it via download from App Store or Google Play for just Rs. 270. Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPad that costs Rs.550 on the App Store was last upgraded in December.
The upgrade revamped the Gallery browsing experience. The Adobe Photoshop Touch for Android slates that costs approximately Rs. 550 on Google Play was last upgraded on 28th November 2012. The upgrade included an interface enhanced for 7-inch tablets, smoother brush strokes, revamped grid layout, fast access to last 5 colors, sharing options and some bug fixes.