All you mobile image manipulating fans will be happy to know that Photoshop Touch, Adobe’s editing suite that gives you a little more than just a few filters, has finally graduated from tablets and is now available from smartphones. It costs an extra $5 (sorry, tablet owners, but it’s a separate app and not an update), but you’ll get the ability to edit images and layered PSD files on the go. When you’re back in front of your computer you can load those files into the desktop version of Photoshop and pick up from where you left off.
More features include the ability to use a selection tool for precise color and level adjustments for all or parts of an image, brushes, the ability to apply text and text styles, a Camera Fill feature that’ll let you fill an area with your device’s camera, free Creative Cloud integration with the tablet and desktop versions and 2GB of free Creative Cloud storage. Get to the Google Play Store and grab this if you’ve been waiting for it, and don’t forget to check out the tablet version for $10 if you’re looking for something for the bigger screen.
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