IPad users have been waiting for the promised Photoshop CC app for years. Recently, Bloomberg sources said that the long-awaited program will be released on the iPad by the end of 2019. And today, the notorious John Gruber from Daring Fireball shared new details.
Gruber confirmed that Adobe is currently working on a version of Photoshop for the iPad. He added that this will be an all-in-one format application and Adobe sees it as a serious project for professionals. According to him, the team of engineers working on Photoshop for iPad has grown significantly compared to last year. They plan to add features iteratively on an aggressive schedule and pay great attention to all aspects, even the smallest details of the touch interface.
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In response to reports that Photoshop beta testers for the iPad are unhappy with the limited or completely missing core features of the program, Gruber says that Adobe is positioning the new software as “real Photoshop” because it is built using the same code as the desktop version .
Recall, for the first time, Adobe announced plans to release an iPad version of Photoshop in October 2018, promising to launch back in 2019. Since May 2019, the company has been testing the application together with beta testers, but so far the exact dates for the release of Photoshop on the iPad are unknown to us.
Also today it became known that Adobe has begun to create a version of Illustrator for the iPad. The application will be presented in November at the Adobe MAX conference, and its release is scheduled for 2020.