Adobe has announced the first build of Photoshop that runs natively on Apple silicon Macs, resulting in a major speed boost. Creative customers can now also run Blackmagic Design's video-editing apps DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Fusion natively on M1 Macs.
Photoshop maker Adobe has released a limited version of its popular image editor optimized for Apple Silicon M1-based Macs, the company announced in a blog post.
In addition to launching Illustrator for iPad and porting Fresco, its mobile drawing and painting app, over to the iPhone, Adobe today at MAX 2020 announced a bunch of updates to other apps that are part of the CC suite, including Photoshop, Lightroom, After Effects and more.
Photoshop maker Adobe today released a nicely done commercial for its ubiquitous Photoshop image editor. Dubbed “Fantastic Voyage,” the 60-second commercial invites the viewer to “come along on our fantastic voyage thanks to the magic of imagination.”
Supporting a creative renaissance happening as people are increasingly spending more time working from home because of the coronavirus epidemic, Photoshop maker Adobe today announced new products and features across many of its Creative Cloud offerings.
Due to popular demand, a cool new demo that lets you cut and paste your surroundings into Photoshop using augmented reality is currently being turned into a proper iPhone app.
Photoshop maker Adobe today announced that customers can now take advantage of a new iPad software bundle that combines the image editor Photoshop and the drawing and painting app Fresco in exchange for a new price of just ten bucks per month.
Today marks Photoshop’s thirtieth birthday. To celebrate the anniversary, its maker Adobe released updates to both the desktop and iPad apps.
Photoshop maker Adobe today announced that a smart subject selection feature powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning is now available in Photoshop for iPad, the app's second major feature addition since its launch at the Adobe MAX conference in November.
Photoshop for iPad is an impressive app in its own right, but some users weren't too pleased with the variety of missing features the app offered on day one. Which is why Adobe decided to take an "aggressive" approach to future updates.
If you’ve ever used an iPad before, then you should already know that it sports handy capabilities that can’t be had on the iPhone or iPod touch — at least not on a stock device, that is.
With the help of a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called ipadify by iOS developer Guilherme Rambo, you can port several of the iPad’s premier features to smaller handsets, including native picture-in-picture video viewing and the ability to side-load iPad-only applications like Photoshop.
This week saw yet another point update from Apple to fix a problem, this time for an issue first introduced in late October. We also saw the release of an app we've been waiting for from Adobe for a year - one that's underwhelming many of us, it turns out. Apple surprised us with some welcome electronic health record integration; now if only the rest of the health care industry would catch up. Thoughts on all this stuff in this week's editor's desk roundup.