Photoshop Touch comes to iPhone and Android smartphones for $4.99

Daniel Bader

February 27, 2013 6:42pm

After a long gestation period, Adobe has released Photoshop Touch for smartphones, iPhone and Android specifically. The app was previously available for iPad and Android tablets, and Adobe has focused on bringing much of the core functionality from that app to the smaller screen.

The app goes beyond the Snapseeds and Aviary’s of the world by bringing true creation and touch-up tools to the phone. Users can combine different images seamlessly, apply brushes and filters, and even use the camera to fill in unused space on an image. Adobe’s Creative Cloud saves projects online so you can switch between the phone, tablet and desktop easily.

At $4.99, it may be a bit much for many casual users, especially since the tablet version is sold separately for $9.99. But it’s a full-featured solution for iPhone and Android smartphones, and could mean the difference between finishing a project or having to wait until you’re in front of a computer.

Download Photoshop Touch for Android and iPhone.

Via: The Verge

  • Common sense

    What took so long common photoshop!

  • Crocography

    Funny, but I think that there are much better options on the market now-a-days.

    • Sam

      I’ve bought several and have been disapointed. What is better. This one does almost everything I want. The warp feature doesn’t work well for me but it does most other things pretty good.

  • skazzberry 2.0

    Adobe is no longer relevant in the mobile scene. This company will be out of business in the next 5 years max with HTML 5, Gimp and ETC…

    • Sam

      LOL, an apple fan no doubt. Anyway, the app is actually pretty good for $5. As I take with my phone anyway, I can often fix things before I even get home. Sweet.