A free web version of Photoshop will soon be available to everyone.
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(Pocket-lint) – Adobe has reportedly started testing a free version of Photoshop that can be accessed from a web browser.
According to The Verge, the software maker plans to advertise the free service as a tool available to everyone, with the aim of attracting more users. He is currently testing this free version in Canada. Apparently, users can access Photoshop on the web through a free Adobe account. Adobe calls this offer “freemium”, but plans to reserve certain features for paid subscribers.
Fear not, there will be enough “basic function” tools available for free to users. “We want to make Photoshop more accessible and allow more people to try and experience it,” Adobe told media.
Any Photoshop subscriber can log in and launch a new document directly from the web. But now, being free for all web users, Photoshop is even more accessible. But Adobe hasn’t officially said when this freemium web version will be launched.
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A web version of Photoshop was first launched last October. It is a simple interface that allows you to do basic manipulations, including layers. Over the past few months, new editing tools have been added, including the edge refine tool, curves, and dodge and burn tools. But it is still reduced and offers only a subset of functions.
Written by Maggie Tillman.