This is "real" Photoshop on the iPad, sharing the same code base as its desktop counterpart, so there are no compromises on power and performance or editing results.
With PhotoshopCC on your iPad, you will be able to accomplish desktop class editing on the go.
Photoshop on iPad will make use of the same multi-layered PSD files while offering the same set of tools familiar to long-time desktop users.
Adobe is launching a suite of iPad apps for graphics pros, including a full version of Photoshop.
Software giant Adobe is porting its iconic Photoshop programme to the tablet with a dedicated app for Apple's iPad.
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With the same code base in place, Photoshop CC on the iPad will be almost indistinguishable from the desktop app, save for some adjustments to the user interface and the addition of touch gestures.
Adobe revealed at its MAX event that a new Photoshop would be coming for iPads - and not just any old defrocked mobile version.
Adobe is bringing Photoshop CC to iPad in 2019 and in its announcement this morning, it placed emphasis on one word: real as in real Photoshop. Regarding Photoshop in particular, there are many updates, big and small, and Jesús Ramirez of the Photoshop Training Channel has broken them all down in a couple of new videos. The iPad Pro was launched almost three years back in 2015 with a 12.5-inch screen and support for the Apple Pencil.
The Photoshop user interface on iPad will be context-aware, and allow users to easily toggle between tools. Adobe also showed off Project Gemini, a new iPad Pro app that aims to accelerate and improve drawing and painting workflows across various devices.
Photoshop CC on the iPad will launch in 2019, but no specific release date was shared. If this proves to be successful for the designers, it might also eliminate the need for laptops. Photoshop brushes will also be synced with Project Gemini. These include Lightroom CC, which will now have the option to import images directly form Apple Photos, as well as Adobe Bridge CC, which gets an updated UI among other things.