Adobe has announced that it is testing a new web-based version of Photoshop that can be used for free for anyone with an Adobe account. Although the beta test is currently limited to Canada, Adobe says it plans to make it available to all users as a way to promote other Creative Cloud apps and services of the future.
The web version of Photoshop was unveiled at Adobe’s MAX 2021 event last October. It has very primitive features for editing images and was limited to Creative Cloud subscriptions. Adobe has made various updates to Photoshop for the web over the last few months, and although it’s still nowhere near the functionality of the full version of Photoshop, it’s a tough option for those who want to make some light edits regardless of their device. Turn on again
In talking to Edge“We want to create,” said Maria Yap, Adobe VP of Digital Imaging [Photoshop] More accessible and easier for more people to try and enjoy the product […] You don’t need a high-end machine to come to Photoshop. ‘
Adobe Web has not provided a specific date for when the free version of Photoshop will go live, so we’ll have to wait and see when non-Canadians can join in for free.
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