Adobe says editing app Photoshop CC and drawing app Project Gemini are bound for the iPad next year

Adobe says editing app Photoshop CC and drawing app Project Gemini are bound for the iPad next year : During today’s Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles, Adobe demonstrated versions of editing app Photoshop CC and drawing app Project Gemini for the Apple iPad. Both will be coming to the iOS powered tablet in 2019. Adobe says that Photoshop CC for the iPad is redesigned to work on a touchscreen while delivering the “power and precision” of the desktop version. Using Creative Cloud, iPad users will be able to start editing work on the tablet and finish it on the desktop.

According to Adobe, Photoshop CC on the iPad will allow users to open and edit native Photoshop Document files (PSD) and includes the Photoshop layers panel. The Project Gemini app “combines raster, vector and new dynamic brushes into a single app experience built for drawing. Project Gemini enables artists to use and sync their favorite Photoshop brushes and works seamlessly with Photoshop CC.”

Adobe just disseminated a new video today, showing Photoshop at work on the iPad. You can check out the brief clip, which can be found at the top of this article. Adobe says editing app Photoshop CC and drawing app Project Gemini are bound for the iPad next year.

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