Now available on Android and iOS, Adobe Photoshop Touch specifically for phones
Photoshop Touch has been available for tablets for a little over a year. Now, this tidy app brings great features to your handset, sharing most with the tablet version. Work with layers, apply direct and precise tones or turn everything artsy with painting effects.
You can also apply text and use your device’s camera to fill in an area on a layer you designate with the “Camera Fill” feature. Of course, it would not be Photoshop if you could not combine different images. If you use the desktop program you can start a project on one device and finish it on another. You also get a free membership to Adobe Creative Cloud which provides 2GB of free storage. Your projects are synchronized between your devices too.
The app allows you to import pictures to be worked on, photos up to 12MP are supported. This application will work well with the high resolution displays of the latest batch of smartphones. If you are running iOS 6.x (iPhone 4S or 5) or Android 4.x, then Photoshop Touch for phones is available to you for only $4.99 and can be found in iTunes and Google Play right now.
sources: Adobe via Slash Gear
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2. BattleBrat posted on 27 Feb 2013, 01:41 0 1
Kind of pointless on my RAZR, but It'll go great on the iPhone 4s! *buys it*
3. darac posted on 27 Feb 2013, 02:14 0 1
Looks I can do all that this can, combining PicsArt (new release is really feature rich and good) and Sketchbook mobile.
But I'll still probably give it a try. It does support higher resolution images
4. GMS85 posted on 27 Feb 2013, 02:19 4 0
Now ugly girls can become beautiful right after they take a SHOT! Wow funny world!
5. BackHandLegend posted on 27 Feb 2013, 02:49 2 0
Android or iOS we all know that the lucky son a' beezies who own the Note 2 are getting the best experience lol
7. Nathan_ingx posted on 27 Feb 2013, 03:28 4 0
For the app to reach it's full potential, the larger the screen, the better. And those with stylus' will have an added precision!
9. buccob posted on 27 Feb 2013, 07:22 0 0
So.... which one would work for the Asus PadFone?! (either one, 1, 2 or Infinity)
Photoshop for phones or for tablet?