Adobe introduced Web versions of Photoshop and Illustrator. Basic adjustments can be made.
Adobe has brought Web support to the photo editing apps Photoshop and Illustrator. The new feature, introduced at the Adobe MAX 2021 event held today, will eliminate the need to download a program to the computer. According to the company’s statement, not all functions of Photoshop and Illustrator will work in the Web environment. Users will only have basic editing features.
Photoshop supports almost all operating systems. But due to hardware requirements, it does not work well on all computers. This situation leads those who want to edit photos at a basic level to different alternatives. The web version of Photoshop developed by Adobe will provide convenience to users in this sense.
Photoshop Web supports sharing via Creative Cloud
Currently, it is possible to share the files you are working on with others with the Adobe Creative Cloud service. But for this, both you and the person you will share with must have an iPad or desktop application. With the developed Photoshop Web version, this requirement has disappeared. You can create a browser viewable URL for your files.
Just send the generated URL to the person you want to share. Working in Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers, Photoshop can easily open the relevant file without requiring a Creative Cloud (CC) subscription. However, according to Adobe’s statement, CC membership is required to access Photoshop’s editing features in the browser.
Photoshop Web includes simple layers, quick selection tools, masking, etc. only basic functions will be available. As with the desktop app, advanced professional stuff won’t be possible. If you want to try new features, you can request early access to Photoshop and Illustrator Web versions from the link here. In the e-mail section of the request form, you need to write the e-mail registered in your CC subscription.