Adobe Photoshop for iPad appears on the App Store, anticipating its imminent arrival

If you’re waiting for the arrival of the Adobe Photoshop application for the iPad, the wait may be over in the next few hours as the application has made its appearance on the App Store itself. The prestigious Bloomberg analyst, Mark Gurman, has shared in his Twitter account several images where shows all the information of Adobe Photoshop in the App Store , making us close to its official launch.

In the screenshots shared by Mark Gurman you can see the iOS App Store, showing all the information of the Adobe Photoshop app with images of it and an extensive description of all the functions that it will incorporate. The analyst himself in this tweet mentions that tomorrow, Tuesday, the launch could be announced in the Adobe Max.

Adobe Photoshop for iPad appears on the App Store, anticipating its imminent arrival
Adobe Photoshop for iPad appears on the App Store, anticipating its imminent arrival

The truth is that professionals who want to take advantage of their iPad Pro were waiting for this incredible news. With this tool you can edit photos just like on a Mac or a PC without any problem, although it may come with limited functionality.

Several weeks ago we were talking about the complications engineers were having in bringing all the features of this amazing tool for Mac and PC to a fully touch-based platform. It’s obvious that this is a titanic challenge even though from the outside it looks very easy to perform r, as we must remember that the app is being written from scratch. That is, it doesn’t start from the computer version but is created from scratch which is very positive for good performance.

Users who have been able to test the application mention that it will be short on features, but as updates are released it will be completed to the level of the computer version. What is not yet known is whether it will work through a monthly subscription like the rest of the Adobe suite or will go on a one-off basis. We believe that in this day and age it will most likely be released with a monthly or annual subscription.

Little by little, professional applications are coming to the iPad, giving a sense of this device that is coming to replace the Mac , although there is still a long way to go. We’re still waiting for the arrival of Final Cut for iPad but absolutely nothing has leaked out of this hypothetical project that Apple would be carrying out.

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