About a year ago, Adobe introduced the web version of Photoshop for users who do light editing of images and don’t use all the Photoshop app features. The web version was limited to a few and was in beta testing. Now, Adobe is testing its free-to-use version of Photoshop and plans to open the service to everyone around the world. Also Read – OneDrive App To Stop Supporting Cloud Sync On These Windows Versions From March 1, 2022
Adobe Photoshop Web will be free for all
Adobe is currently testing a web version of Photoshop in Canada. Free-to-use Photoshop on the web will allow users to use certain features of the Photoshop app on the website. It will be both simple and easy to use for those who want to edit images online quickly. Also Read – Adobe Introduces Next-Gen Creative Cloud, New Collaboration Tools For Users
Adobe is calling the Photoshop web version a “freemium,” which will soon be accessible to all regions. Interestingly, and unlike before, the new free version will offer some of the main Photoshop app features on the web. Instead of basic features, the web version is said to now offer more useful Photoshop app features. Also Read – Top 5 Photo Editing Apps for Android: Snapseed, Canva, Adobe Photoshop Express and more
Earlier when the web version was introduced, it was only used by artists to collaborate with others, allowing people to add image changes and comments on the web app and submit them back. But now, the web version will offer an app-like experience, and that too for free.
The company revealed that it wants more people to use Photoshop to make it more accessible and easier for people to try. Well, this might work, because instead of going through the lengthy process of downloading, installing, and signing up, new users can simply try it online and later shift to the app to use the paid version. To get access to a plethora of useful to use. features.
“We want to make [Photoshop] More accessible and easier for more people to try and experience the product,” said Maria Yap, VP of digital imaging at Adobe (via The Verge).
Photoshop hasn’t revealed the release date for the free-to-use Photoshop Web for All. But, we expect it to release soon, sometime later this year.
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