Android users that like to use Photoshop while they’re on the run or just on a mobile device will love to hear that life just got a whole lot easier for you guys. Adobe has updated the Photoshop Touch application, which happens to be one of the better photo editing apps on the Play Store. This latest update brings in a few different language additions, new effects and some general bug fixes.
The largest addition to this game has got to be the ability to edit high res pictures, which happened to be a pretty major complain from really anyone who downloaded and purchased the app. Now you’ll be able to edit images that reach up to 12 mega pixels on your Android tablet while having the ability to keep the integrity of the photo or image. This was a fairly limiting feature in the past and the update will allow for a more wider Photoshop experience. While there isn’t as many gadgets and doodads in the mobile app, it’s still a pretty nice tool to use. Lastly, Adobe has added three new languages: Russian, Brazilian and Portuguese.
I can definitely say that this $10 investment will be worth a whole lot more than it’s ever been.
Has anyone tested out the app yet? Do you think it’s worth giving another go or do you prefer to just do all of your editing on the desktop instead of a mobile device like your tablet?
Let us know in the comments below!
source: talk android