" And, now that Adobe is bringing Photoshop over to to the iPad as well, many more people might be asking themselves that same question".
A report from Bloomberg, released today, revealed Adobe executives are planning to bring the full Photoshop experience to iPads, though no one has yet given a specific date for when that'll eventually happen - sources claim the app could be ready sometime in 2019. It is being reported that the company will announce the product during its Adobe MAX Creativity Conference that will take place in October.
Adobe now has several mobile "Photoshop" apps on the App Store, but they constitute small slices of the full desktop app feature-set. So, perhaps it'll require an iPad Pro to work - and maybe the 2018 student iPad as well.
"My aspiration is to get these on the market as soon as possible", Belsky said in an interview. With tablets beginning to overtake laptops as the tools of choice for many creators, Adobe decided that it was time to dedicate more resources to the iPad, and the new app will allow users to continue editing the same project between devices.
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For Apple, Adobe launching a full version of Photoshop on the iPad is a huge breakthrough.
Confirming that his company is working on a new cross-platform version of not just Photoshop but other apps as well, Adobe's chief of Creative Cloud software Scott Belsky stopped short of confirming when we can expect to see any of them start to pop up in the App Store.
While Apple has generally been at center stage when it came to creative-focused applications, the Microsoft Surface Pro, thanks to its native Windows 10 support, has recently become the go-to device for creatives on the go. Rush is a "test bed" for this new platform, according to someone familiar with the Adobe software program.
While the news of these plans will be exciting for Photoshop diehards, it's not surprising.