Thursday, 28 February 2013

Download Adobe Photoshop Touch App for Your iPhone, iPod touch and Android phones

If you have been waiting the cold long year to get Photoshop on your iPhone or Android Phone, the wait is over. Adobe has finally brought its Photoshop Touch App to iPhone, iPod touch and Android phones. Photoshop Touch has been available for iPad and Android tablets since early last year.

Adobe Photoshop Touch App, Adobe Photoshop Touch

Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPhone and Android phones includes core Photoshop features like layers, advanced selections tools, adjustments and filters. Also included are touch-optimised features like Scribble Selection for high-precision selections using just the finger, and Camera Fill for real-time blending of your camera feed with layers.

The Photoshop Touch for phone offers the same set of tools and similar interface as the tablet version, but laid out slightly differently to accommodate the smaller screen. This app features the same filters as the tablet version, like Color Drops and Acrylic Paint, and also a new Ripple filter.

The app users will get the exclusive Photoshop Touch features like high-precision selections using a finger and Camera Fill for blending camera feed with layers too.

Photoshop Touch App users will also get access to Adobe Creative Cloud, which allows users to sync projects and switch between Photoshop mobile and desktop versions. The membership includes 2GB of Creative Cloud storage.

However, like the tablet the app, it still does not include support for Dropbox or opening files via email, which is sure to disappoint many users.

The app is available for download at both the App Store and Google Play for $4.99.

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, and iPod touch (5th generation). Requires iOS 6.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

The good: Photoshop Touch for phone offers a robust feature set for small-scale image editing and compositing.

The bad: As with every first iteration, there are instabilities, bugs, and performance issues, and some aspects of the interface just don't translate well to the small screen.