The world’s best imaging and graphic design software is at the core of just about every creative project from photo editing and compositing to digital painting, animation, and graphic design, now on your iPad.
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Adobe is at least one year late, there are a lot of cheaper, efficient and way more easy to use solutions.
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Joe LesinaCMO — thehub.dk
Was excited for this release and I'm trying it now, first impression is a bit disappointing; it's missing many key features ( no curves adjustments, no selective colour adjustments and more ) so I guess it's a nice extension from your desktop workflow if you need to do some edits on the go. I'm hopeful for its development; in their official blog post (https://theblog.adobe.com/creati...) they say "Over time, we’ll add more capabilities and workflows as we learn more about how customers use Photoshop on a mobile device." so looking forward to the next update!
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Fajar Siddiq
👨🏻‍💻🇸🇬🏝️ Serial Entrepreneur, Singapore
congrats on the launch adobe!
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vijay verma
Design chef @zomato
Finally it’s on iPad 👏
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Super excited. Will surely give it a try :)
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Joe WardHawk-eyed for great new tools
I couldn't imagine using an iPad as a primary platform. I suppose this would be good for presentation or quick edits.
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James Daly
Designer
This is suuuuuper nice to use. Adobe might be late to the game but the app is top quality
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LucasCo-Founder, Comic Cartel
Warning, Opinion ahead: I wish adobe would try and create a version of Photoshop that uses XD-style navigation. I've always hated the way photoshop handles layers. Even before using Sketch. When I tried Sketch the first time I thought "Finally! Someone has done layers right!" ... They're getting there I guess with contextual menus and such. I guess I'm gonna download this and give it a try :shrug:
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