Adobe previewed the upcoming Photoshop CC for iPad, arriving in 2019 with a powerful set of advanced features, like touch-friendly navigation, full desktop sync via Creative Cloud, PSD file format support, layers, brushes and so forth.
Snap has launched exclusive shortform shows created by professional storytellers. Not only do they use lenses and filters, but offer interactivity as well—you can swipe up to step inside a scene and experience it for yourself.
With support for Siri Shortcuts in the popular email app now a reality, Spark users can automate repetitive tasks such as opening a specific folder, searching for email or composing a message to someone.
The latest version of Twitter for iPhone and iPad packs several nifty features, the most notable of which is a brand-new Data Saver toggle for those times when you’d like to enjoy Twitter on the go without using up all your cellular data.
Readdle’s Spark email client now supports Mojave’s new Dark Mode. On iOS 12, Spark has picked up support for Sir Shortcuts and grouped notifications while both iOS and macOS editions now integrate with popular conference call services.
Viber users can now be a part of every conversation thanks to a super-useful translation service that’s available right inside your chat. As a bonus, developers have done some major plumbing work to bring you roughly doubled performance in the refreshed iPhone app.
In a back-to-school sale, Photoshop alternative Pixelmator Pro is available half price and with some new features, like a bunch of gorgeous new effects, an ML-powered auto selective color adjustment, a way to copy effects and adjustments between layers and more.
Google Chrome turned ten yesterday. To celebrate the anniversary, they’re refreshing the app across desktop and mobile platforms with an all-new look taking cues from Material Design and some new features and improvements, including a completely revamped password manager and updated autofill so you can get things done more easily and securely.