Adobe announces full Photoshop for iPad, coming in 2019

Adobe announces full Photoshop for iPad, coming in 2019

Photoshop for iPad won't arrive until some time in 2019, but when it does launch it will differ drastically from Adobe's current lineup of Photoshop-related iOS apps. Now it officially has a name - Premiere Rush CC - and an availability timeline for Android.

As the new app is part of Creative Cloud, users should be able to continue editing between devices seamlessly.

Adobe Premiere Rush takes the integral elements of Premiere Pro and simplifies them for a cross-platform experience.

Today at Adobe MAX, Adobe previewed Photoshop CC on iPad, Project Aero, a tool that enables creators to design AR experiences, and Project Gemini, a drawing app. Adobe also introduced Premiere Rush CC, the first all-in-one, easy-to-use video editing app for social media creators. The app also supports automatic optimization for social media content, along with one-click publishing to platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Behance. New templates and tools are all based on the premise of making editing easier, but all built on the same technology that is used in the more powerful Premiere Pro app.

It's a YouTuber's dream, retailing for $9.99 per month for individuals, $19.99 for teams, and $29.99 for enterprise. The app's starter plan is available for free and gives users access to all Premiere Rush CC features, use of desktop and mobile apps, the ability to create an unlimited number of projects, and export up to 3 projects for free. Photoshop CC on iPad will let users open and edit native PSD files using Photoshop's industry-standard image-editing tools and will feature the familiar Photoshop layers panel.

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Further, a designer will be able to make an edit on a single pixel if they want to on the iPad version of the app, which is similar to the desktop.

As for Project Gemini, it's a new app created to aid drawing and painting workflows.

Adobe is bringing Photoshop CC to the iPad.

Spark Post for Android, previously available as a public beta, is now available as a 1.0 app via the Google Play store.

"It's a tip of the spear moment because this is where the rest of Creative Cloud will go, " Scott Belsky, Adobe's chief product officer and executive vice president of Creative Cloud, said in an interview. With Photoshop CC, Adobe has stepped up its multi-device strategy to capture creative professionals and hobbyists who enjoy working on touchscreens.

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