Adobe launched the Photoshop app for iPad last year with much fanfare, but the professional-grade image editing software received poor reviews due to missing features and bugs. A few days later, Adobe rolled out an update to fix bugs and performance issues. Later, the app received the Select Subject feature, which is quite useful for many professionals. Now, the app has received two important features, edging closer the its desktop version.
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Adobe today announced a pretty major update for Photoshop for iPad. The app was released on the App Store in November last year after months of beta testing. The initial version of Photoshop for iPad lacked a lot of features that led to a barrage of criticism, though Adobe promised that it was a work in progress and it would keep adding new features continuously.
Apple is now allowing customers to purchase movies and TV shows through Amazon’s Prime Video app on Apple TV, iPads, and iPhones. While the Cupertino-based company doesn’t usually allow developers to skip Apple’s in-app purchase screen, it seems that Amazon is being exempt from giving the usual 30% cut from the purchases.
Instagram is one of the most popular social media apps in the world, and the company still doesn’t have an app for the iPad. And you would be surprised to know that the social media firm still doesn’t have any firm plans for developing the app for the most popular tablet platform.
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Adobe is rolling out an update to the Photoshop for iPad. While the update brings numerous improvements, the Select Subject feature it packs is the one that everyone has been waiting for.
Ahead of the Adobe Max conference later today where Adobe will officially announce the release of Photoshop for iPad, the app has gone live on the App Store. The app was originally announced by Adobe at its 2019 Max conference.
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