Those of you left wondering why Adobe did not release an iPhone version of Photoshop Touch together with the iPad version can wonder no more. Adobe has just debuted Photoshop Touch for iPhone, which brings all the nice features of its counterpart iPad app to the smaller iPhone screen.
Adobe has announced a smartphone version of its Photoshop Touch app for both Android and iOS. The app was originally launched for 10-inch tablets and more recently a version for smaller tablets such as the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7. Show More Summary
Adobe has released a new version of Adobe Photoshop Touch that’s been optimized for iPhone and iPod touch users. The app was previously available only for iPad users, but now brings the core features of the desktop version to your iPhone as well. Adobe Photoshop Touch for phone offers powerful new capabilities for smartphone users: [...]
It’s been a while in the making, but Adobe has finally managed to squeeze its Photoshop Touch application into the smartphone, rolling out versions for both iPhone and Android phones, plus a new update for the iPad. The new app … Continue reading ?
Adobe has released Photoshop Touch, a touch-based version of their popular graphics editing program. The application will only set you back $4.99 for the iPhone version. This is not a universal app, so you’ll need to purchase the $9.99 version tablet version for use on the iPad. Photoshop Touch supports the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 [...]Show More Summary
iOS/Android: Adobe released its Photoshop Touch app for smartphones today. The app has the same basic features as the iPad and Android tablet apps released last year, including layers, fills, selection tools, and plenty more. More »
Adobe has released “Photoshop Touch for phone” ($5) as a standalone app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Overlapping with its previous Photoshop Touch app for iPads, it includes core Photoshop features such as combining images, applying professional effects, and sharing results on Facebook and Twitter, here capped at 12-Megapixel image sizes. Show More Summary
One year removed from the launch of Photoshop Touch for Apple’s iPad, Adobe fans are still waiting for a super-powered mobile equivalent of the popular photo editing and design software. On Wednesday morning, however, Adobe moved a little closer to this reality with the release of its Photoshop Touch for mobile phones. It’s modeled after [...]
It had to happen eventually: Photoshop for your phone. As of today you can buy Photoshop Touch for the iPhone and Android, and it pretty much does everything you can do on the iPad version. It’ll cost you $5, and that’s in addition to the $10 you already paid for the iPad version. And it’s [...]Show More Summary
Just about a year ago at this time, Adobe released an iPad version of their flagship app, called Photoshop Touch. Now, a year later, they've announced a version of the app built specifically for the iPhone's smaller screen, that should...Show More Summary
Adobe announced the immediately availability of Adobe Photoshop Touch 1.4, which brings optimization for smaller tablet displays including the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7, in addition to new features and bug fixes for all users. The...Show More Summary
Adobe updated its Photoshop Touch app today, optimizing things for the new iPad mini. It also adds a host of other improvements, including: · Added support for three pressure-sensitive styli for iPad: Pogo Connect, Jot Touch and JaJa · New ways to share completed projects to Facebook and Twitter directly from the app · Added [...]
After bringing Photoshop Touch to the Amazon Appstore, Adobe has announced the launch of Photoshop Touch 1.4, featuring support for the iPad mini and Google Nexus 7, as well as optimizations for... Keep reading ?
Even though I use Photoshop CS 6 nearly constantly, I'm not a huge fan of Adobe Photoshop Touch. I think they made a lot of bad decisions, from not building a truly native iOS app, to creating an interface that's almost opaque. However,...Show More Summary
Less than a fortnight has passed since Adobe sent its slate-friendly photo editing app to Amazon's Appstore. Today, the graphics software outfit is rolling out another update of Photoshop Touch that has been optimized for those smaller slates -- particularly the options from Apple and Google. Show More Summary
Apple is dead serious about this so-called post-PC era. Productivity - long the biggest argument against tablets replacing traditional PCs - is gradually becoming more at home on the iPad. Apps like OnLive Desktop, Photoshop Touch, and iMovie have filled what were once gaping holes in tablets' capabilities for work. Show More Summary
Adobe has updated its tablet-friendly version of Photoshop to v1.3, bringing along one change that'll make new iPad owners very happy indeed. The interface and text have been up-rezzed to support the Retina display and 12-megapixel images, while everyone else can edit pictures of up-to 10-megapixels in size. Show More Summary
Adobe has long-promised their mobile apps will be receiving updates for the Apple's New iPad with Retina display, and they've now delivered this with Photoshop Touch v1.3. The new version of Adobe's photo editing software for iOS brings support for Apple's Photo Stream and adds the ability to handle larger photos/images of up to 12 megapixels.
Adobe on Wednesday rolled out an update for Photoshop Touch, adding new features and support for devices equipped with high resolution Retina displays like Apple's third-generation iPad.
Adobe has released an update to Adobe Photoshop Touch for the iPad adding support for the Retina Display in the third-generation iPad along with the ability to work with higher resolution images. In version 1.3 users can now edit images of up to 12 megapixels in size, an increase from the application’s original 1600x1600 (2.5MP) limitations. Show More Summary