Adobe Debuts Photoshop Touch for Tablets
Adobe kicked off their annual Adobe Max conference today and jumped right into awesome new tools and applications to be used for tablets. Announced as part of the show this afternoon, a new Photoshop Touch is coming soon which does exactly what you might anticipate – bring a new level of functionality and editing to your Honeycomb tablets. Much like its desktop counterpart, the app lets users create and edit documents and images, share across Facebook, and auto-sync to PC or Mac using the Creative Cloud service. We’re still a few weeks away from hearing the pricing and exact launch date, but we know it’s arriving in November 2011.
Hit the break to check out features and screen shots of Photoshop Touch!
- Core features from Photoshop – Use Photoshop features designed for the tablet such as layers, selection tools, adjustments, and filters to create mind-blowing images. Use new Scribble Select to easily keep and remove elements of an image.
- Versatile image browsing and acquisition – Choose images from multiple sources, including social sites like Facebook, online image searches such as Google Image Search, or a live feed from your tablet’s camera – all directly within Photoshop Touch
- Sharing through Facebook – Entertain friends and family by easily sharing your new images on Facebook. See their comments right in Adobe Photoshop Touch.
- Interactive tutorials – Browse an inspirational gallery for the styles and results you’d like to achieve, and then follow step-by-step tutorial guides to easily learn techniques the pros use for great-looking results.
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