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Adobe Photoshop finally makes it to the iPad

A “real” version of Adobe Photoshop is finally available on the iPad, over a year after Adobe first announced it was coming.

Keep in mind, though, that “real” Photoshop and “full” Photoshop aren’t quite the same things. Adobe gets away with calling) because the iPad version shares the same base code as the desktop version. This, in turns, allows iPad users to easily and swiftly switch between desktop and mobile versions of their projects thanks to the cloud version of Adobe’s PSD file format. Adobe also uses this as an incentive to start keeping your files in its cloud, which shouldn’t be too much of a storage problem if you keep included files limited to recent projects.

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