New software, coming to iPad first in 2019, combines vector, raster and dynamic brushes, sports a simple yet powerful interface and packs in advanced features like amazing watercolor brushes that bloom and blossom like the real thing.
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.
This week’s edition of our Apps of the Week roundup includes a simple yet powerful RSS reader, a unique note-taking app, and a healthy guide to fast food. And as always, we’ve selected two great new games for you to check out.
This feature-packed iTunes alternative helps you transfer videos, music, photos and more between your iPhone or iPad and a Mac or Windows PC. You can transfer files selectively rather than waste your time syncing everything, as well as clean up storage space so you can take more photos and install additional apps.
Taking advantage of dual-lens smartphone cameras that capture the distance between the subject in the foreground and the background, Facebook’s new 3D photos feature brings your Portrait scenes to life with 3D-like parallax movement.
Say goodbye to scrolling because Instagram is making a major change to how you see posts in Explore. According to reports, the company may eliminate thumb-swipe fatigue by letting people tap through post like they would with Stories.