Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPad 2 Now Officially Available
Yesterday, Adobe prematurely launched its new Photoshop Touch app for the iPad 2, quickly pulling it amid claims that the official launch was scheduled for Monday, February 27.
The app has now returned to the App Store [direct link], where it is available for $9.99. As previously noted, the app is currently compatible only with the iPad 2 running iOS 5.
Transform images with core Adobe Photoshop features in an app designed for tablets.
Combine images, apply professional effects, share results with friends and family through sites like Facebook, and more – all from the convenience of your iPad.
Adobe Photoshop Touch is the flagship app from a group of six tablet apps that Adobe announced last October. The company has been taking steps onto the iPad and other tablets with a series of applications, although they have obviously yet to match the capabilities of the desktop versions of the Adobe's key software products.
Adobe's initial goal for the iPad was to explore how the device might be used as an auxiliary input for the desktop version, but the company has broadened its scope to now include at least some of the dedicated image editing features from Photoshop in its latest apps.
Update: MacStories has a nice early review of the app.
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Top Rated Comments
Fragmentation occurs when new devices come out with older, or different/cloned, versions of the OS. According to this article (http://pxldot.com/post/18281312362/android-measuring-stick), "Gingerbread is still adding devices 14 times faster than ICS".
To all those who are complaining about Photoshop not working on an iPad 1, that's just not true. I have a 1st gen iPad and Photoshop works fine on it.
I did a few of the tutorials and everything.
I think that it's not officially supported on an iPad 1 but it does run. There's no restrictions that prevent it from running on one.
A developer choosing to limit an app to second generation hardware is not fragmentation. Do you complain when all the new Xbox 360 games don't run on the original Xbox?
Probably due to memory.
As for running "the whole photoshop" on a windows tablet: Just cross your fingers that the windows tablet will arrive with at least 8GB RAM.