Smartphone users can now indulge their inner artist with Abobe Photoshop Touch, which just went live on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store for Android on Wednesday.
The editing suite brings Photoshop’s most popular applications to a mobile platform, including layers, adjustment tools and filters, according to Apple Insider.
Its many features include text applications and styles, brushes, painting effects, as well as a Camera Fill feature that allows for adding images taken with the device’s camera, and a Scribble Select feature that allows for easy selection or deletion of elements of an image, according to a press release.
The app also comes with Adobe Creative Cloud integration and 2GB of free Creative Cloud storage, allowing users to sync projects between smartphones and desktops or tablets, according to Phandroid.
The iOS version, available at the App Store for $4.99, uses 32.2MB of memory and is compatible with iOS 6 running on a iPhone 5, iPhone 4S or fifth-generation iPod touch.
The Android version, available at the Google Play Store for $4.99, uses 20MB of memory and is compatible with devices powered by Android 4.0 and up.
Photoshop Touch also comes in a tablet version that sells for $9.99 for both Android and iPad.
The complete Creative Cloud membership sells for $49.99 per month for a one-year plan.
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