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Adobe Photoshop for iPad has been released. Available for free download

After many experiments, Adobe finally released today the Adobe Photoshop app for iPad devices, which is available for free download from the App Store.

Adobe's famous Photoshop software is now available for Apple iPad tablets, running the latest iPadOS operating system and compatible with Adobe Photoshop for PC and Mac. This way you can sync your creations if you are a subscriber to Adobe Creative Cloud (CC). If not, you can use Adobe Photoshop for iPad as a free 30 day trial.

Although missing some of the key features available on PC and Mac, and some of which Adobe promises to add in future releases, the first version of Adobe Photoshop for iPad focuses on compositing and retuxing tools, specifically optimized to work so well. with the touch and the pencil of Apple, on iPad devices.

With Adobe Photoshop for iPad, you'll be able to work with PSD files, which will automatically sync across all your devices, make precise choices with the Lasso and Quick Selection tools, use the brush to hide portions of your photos, and to remove unwanted items and place duplicates in place.

The appearance of Adobe Photoshop for the iPad allows you to focus on your canvas, showing only windows and basic tools. The application also supports layers and does not modify the resolution of your PSDs.

In terms of supported devices, Adobe Photoshop for iPad works on iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, iPad 9,7 ″ 5th generation and 6th generation, iPad Pro 9,7 ″, iPad Pro 10,5 ″, iPad Pro 12,9 , 1 ″ (2st and 1nd generation), as well as the iPad Pro (Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular). It also supports 2st generation and XNUMXnd generation Apple Pencil.

Of course, your iPad must run iPadOS 13.1 or later, as it is not supported on iPad devices with iOS. You can download Adobe Photoshop for iPad for free from the App Store, but you will need to sign up to use the free application for 30 days.

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