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Fully funcional Photoshop app coming up for iPad sooner than you expect (video)

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Fully funcional Photoshop app coming up for iPad sooner than you expect (video)

The presence of Adobe Photoshop Express on the App Store is a mere consolation for photography tweaking enthusiasts out there as the app is very limited in functionality, but now a fully functional Photoshop application is on its way to warm the hearts of iDevice owners.

The video below shows the touch optimized interface of the “real” touchscreen Photoshop app with some amazing effects like animated layers, which show a depth-enriched see-through view of your multilayer manipulations. The audience at the Photoshop World 2011 keynote considered it applause worthy and we would wholeheartedly agree. The dual-core power of the new iPad is one thing that will allow such complex handling of pictures. Finally, we are eager to see the price and release date for this, but while we're in the dark about further details, why don't you checkout the impressive demo of Photoshop for iOS?

source: Photography Bay via Electric Pig

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posted on 31 Mar 2011, 07:57 2

1. mike (unregistered)

you droid tablet could never do that ish!

posted on 31 Mar 2011, 08:10 2

2. moosekillerwithfartz (unregistered)

Wow.! Is that really what you think? Android will always be a better patform experience than Ios. And it will come to android in the near future. So, don't dis the "droid tablets" yet.

posted on 31 Mar 2011, 10:11 3

3. Dumb_Adobe (unregistered)

Adobe really needs to pull its head out of its backside and realize. . .. Apple is not your friend. You really need to push innovation on platforms that support you, ADOBE!

posted on 31 Mar 2011, 12:26 3

7. 530gemini (Posts: 2198; Member since: 09 Sep 2010)

Ummmm, Adobe is not an android fanboy or apple hater like you. They are a business entity. Selling their products and making money is their top priority. Adobe apps are purchased by many ios users, and they will continue to provide apps for ios users. They probably don't make much profit making apps for android devices because android users are known to only download free apps and can't afford to buy apps like ios users can :)

posted on 31 Mar 2011, 10:48 3

5. weirdfisher (unregistered)

hey android users!
The fact is that iOS has Photoshop very soon, while I still havent heard about photoshop on droid tabs
It will probably have android version, but the release date is unknown

posted on 31 Mar 2011, 11:15 2

6. protozeloz (Posts: 5396; Member since: 16 Sep 2010)

Its probably close... they have a mobile version even though its a bit minimalistic so my guess the honeycomb version may be not so far from the ipad version

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