Adobe will release full-fat Photoshop CC for iPad in 2019

Ruben Fields
October 16, 2018

The app combines the functionalities of Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC.

Earlier this year, Adobe's chief product officer for Creative Cloud, Scott Belsky, hinted at the development of full Photoshop for iPad.

This new easy-to-use mobile app integrates video editing elements such as capture, editing, simplified colour, audio, and motion graphics with publishing to offer a faster way to create and upload video content on social media.

Photoshop for iPad won't arrive until some time in 2019, but when it does launch it will differ drastically from Adobe's current lineup of Photoshop-related iOS apps.

As the name suggests, Adobe Premiere Rush CC is "designed specifically for online video creators", and as such, it features an intuitive, user-friendly interface and flexible export options that will allow you to get optimized results for the most popular social platforms out there.

Premiere Rush CC is available for $9.99/month to individuals, $19.99/month to teams and $29.99/month to enterprise customers.

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Photoshop on iPad will make use of the same multi-layered PSD files while offering the same set of tools familiar to long-time desktop users.

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Premiere Rush CC supports cloud sync so you can work on the same project on an iPhone or an iPad and continue on a Mac.

As for Project Gemini, it's a new app created to aid drawing and painting workflows.

SOFTWARE PEDDLER Adobe will release a full-fat version of Photoshop for the iPad in 2019. Project Gemini is said to pair smoother raster and vector drawing with classic and dynamic Photoshop brushes. And it also has one-click (or tap) sharing presets so you won't have to figure out on your own how to format it for different social networks.

Spark Post for Android, previously available as a public beta, is now available as a 1.0 app via the Google Play store. Details on Project Gemini are sparse at the moment but it's presumed that Adobe would like to parse the experiences in Photoshop to leverage users who use the Apple and Surface Pen technologies primarily. Photoshop for iPad shares the same code base as its desktop counterpart which ensures seamless transitions between devices.

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