Adobe Unleashes Photoshop Touch Update For iOS, Android
Adobe on Wednesday revealed the newest edition of its Photoshop Touch platform for both the Google Android and Apple iOS mobile platforms. Dubbed version 1.3, the new application brings plenty of new features for top of the line devices.
One of the biggest upgrades is the ability to leverage the full power of the new iPad’s high-definition Retina display alongside the ability to support print-resolution up to 12 megapixels with up to 16 layers. For iPad 2 users, the program supports up to 10 megapixels. To set the MP output beyond the default value of 4.2MP with 10 layers, users can visit the apps preferences for overall display output.
Adobe has also added two new effects alongside a three-finger tap and Apple Photo Stream support. The program also includes better overall performance via the organization, file picker, and tutorial browser.
Also throw in is a “pixel nudging option that provides users with the ability to create precise movements for higher end editing projects.”
Adobe has also provided three-finger tap gestures which allow users to toggle between 100 percent view and “fit screen” view.
Also added are “Shred” and “Colorize” effects.
Both the iOS and Android options feature support for smartphone and tablet devices, ensuring proper output for each type of device.
Adobe Photoshop Touch costs just $10 and can be grabbed for Apple via the iOS App Store and for Google Android devices on the Google Play store.
Here’s a second look at the Adobe Photoshop Touch update:
Do you plan to download the newly updated version of Adobe Photoshop Touch? Not convinced yet? Here’s the official update release video: