Since Adobe is no longer supporting Flash Player, the code jockeys at the company have some more time on their hands to do things like update Adobe Photoshop Touch. Both the iOS and Android versions of the software have been improved in version 1.3 and the iOS variant now supports the Retina display on the Apple iPad.
Adobe Photoshop Touch can work wonders
There is now a three-finger tap that switches between a 100% display and a "fit screen" view, and two new effects called colorize and shred. Images up to 12MP are supported (10MP on the Apple iPad 2) although with the default setting at 4.2MP, users will have to go into preferences to change the settings. The app also supports Apple Photo Stream. Users should also find a smoother performance overall including on the organizer, tutorial browser and file picker. And the update adds support for two new languages, Russian and Brazilian Portuguese.
Available for $10 from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, the software works on tablets only.