Adobe Photoshop is celebrating 30 years. It is now many years since that far-off, February 19, 1990, when he arrived on the market Adobe Photoshop 1.0 on the Mac System 6. To celebrate, Adobe has released a new update which introduces new functionality on the iPad.
With the advent of the iPadOS, Adobe has decided to release a version of the ad-hoc last November, and continue to work on it to add functionality to the desktop missing and introduce new features. Now let’s see all the novelties introduced with the new update.
Tool selecting objects
Is introduced a better tool for the selection of the objects, which now manages to work perfectly with the Apple Pencil. In addition users can now quickly select objects within a scene and isolate them from the background.
The new update also introduces several improvements with regard to the settings of the font, allowing users not having to switch between iPadOS and the desktop versions of Photoshop to fix the font. The update includes several new modes, including resizing and formatting to have full control on the levels of the text.
You can download the latest version of Adobe Photoshop for iPad directly from the App Store.
Last week, Adobe has released several updates for Classic Raw, Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Adobe XD.
To use the app, you’ll need a monthly subscription to Adobe Photoshop (10,99€ / month). Adobe offers a free 30-day trial to test the service. Photoshop is available for free on the App Store.