Last year’s release of iOS 11 from Apple was all about turning the iPad into a full-fledged PC, but there remained a set of core desktop apps that were still stubbornly off Apple’s mobile platform, with the full-fat version of Photoshop being key among them. Today, however, a report from Bloomberg reveals that Adobe is working on correcting that omission. Adobe is said to be planning to announce the release of the full version of Photoshop for the iPad in October of this year and to release the app in 2019. The company’s Scott Belsky, chief product officer for Creative Cloud, confirmed the cross-platform edition of Photoshop, though not the timeline of its release.
Adobe already offers a multiplicity of photo and imaging apps for iOS,…
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Author: Vlad Savov
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