Published: Sat, July 14, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

A full version of Photoshop is coming to iPad in 2019

A full version of Photoshop is coming to iPad in 2019

If Bloomberg's information is correct, however, we won't have that long to wait to see whether Adobe is about to make life easier for iPad-wielding creative pros. Adobe is now developing a full version of Photoshop on the iPad, and the company plans to introduce it at its MAX conference in October.

Adobe might finally bring a complete Photoshop app to mobile devices, iPads in particular, by next year.

Bloomberg first broke the news, reporting that the full Photoshop app is now scheduled to hit the iTunes App Store for the iPad sometime in 2019, but the app itself will be announced later this year in October at the annual Adobe MAX conference.

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In an interview with the publication, Belsky said his aspiration is to get the apps on the market as soon as possible but conceded that there's a lot required to take a product as sophisticated and powerful as Photoshop and make it work on a modern device like the iPad.

What do you think of Adobe Photoshop coming for iPad? Adobe's Chief Product Officer, Scott Belsky, confirmed that the company was working on a cross platform version of Photoshop and other applications but would not provide an timeline details.

Adobe Photoshop is a widely used photo editing program created by Adobe Systems Inc. It's also probable that, unlike the most existing Photoshop-branded apps, the full Photoshop on iPad will be tied to a Creative Cloud subscription (Photoshop CC on its own costs $9.99 per month). With tablets beginning to overtake laptops as the tools of choice for many creators, Adobe decided that it was time to dedicate more resources to the iPad, and the new app will allow users to continue editing the same project between devices. As for Adobe, the company is likely hoping to appeal to creative professionals who use Photoshop on their PCs and want a comprehensive mobile version to use when on the go.

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