Bloomberg reports that Adobe is now developing a cross-platform Photoshop app for iOS, described as a "full version" of the popular desktop image editing suite. Now, the company looks ready to unleash the power of Adobe Photoshop on the 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. Theres a lot required to take a product as sophisticated and powerful as Photoshop and make that work on a modern device like the iPad. The app may be unveiled as early as the MAX creative conference in October, and released a few months later in 2019, depending on engineering progress.
Adobe is bringing the full version of Photoshop to the iPad. "We need to bring our products into this cloud-first collaborative era". Gurman reports that Adobe is working to both "satisfy the professionals who rely on its software for photo editing and illustration, and to capture casual users".
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Mobile versions of Adobe's Creative Cloud - including Premiere, Illustrator, and Photoshop - have been available on the App Store for quite some time, but these are restricted versions of the full experience. Since then, Adobe has also come out with numerous apps that make some of the most beloved and useful features of its programs accessible on mobile devices: Photoshop Mix for creating multilayered images, Photoshop Sketch for drawing, Photoshop Express for basic photo editing, and more. If you've attempted to replace your primary computer with an iPad or iPad Pro, the answer to that question has been "no" until now. It would certainly be a big win for Apple to get a full version of Photoshop on iOS.