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Adobe announces streamlined web versions of Photoshop and Illustrator

Adobe announced the simplified web versions of Photoshop and Illustrator.

Adobe is currently accepting registrations for the invitation-only beta of Illustrator. The web version of Photoshop can only be used by Creative Cloud subscribers.

These streamlined web versions allow users to make basic edits and leave comments. However, more complex edits will still require users to open Photoshop and Illustrator applications.

Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator Get Streamlined Web Versions

Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator get simplified web versions that users can use to perform basic edits and other limited actions.

According to a report by The edge, web versions of the two popular Adobe apps allow users to “make changes to documents hosted in the cloud without having to download them and open the app.”

“The goal of Photoshop and Illustrator on the web is to make it easier for people you share files with for review – a customer, editor, friend – to work with you on adjustments,” the report says. .

A user must be a Creative Cloud subscriber to use the web version of Photoshop starting today, while the web version of Illustrator is an invite-only beta.

Those interested in being part of the invite-only beta of the web version of Adobe Illustrator can register starting today through the Adobe website.

What to expect with the web version of Photoshop

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The web version of Adobe Photoshop is simplified. This means that there is a limited number of things you can do in it.

Users can leave comments, browse layers, and make simple edits using a limited number of tools available. These tools include the eraser, selection lasso, and healing brush.

The complex edits that need to be made always require users to open the Photoshop application to make the edits. The simplicity of the web version, however, probably won’t stay that way forever.

According to Scott Belsky, Adobe Product Manager, as quoted by The Verge report, “We’re not bringing all the features on day one, but we really want to unlock all of these basic changes which are best done now in the browser you’re working with. “

Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator

Photoshop and Illustrator are two of Adobe’s best-known applications that are part of its Creative Cloud.

Adobe Photoshop is photo and design software that was first released in 1990. It works for both Mac and Windows devices, which also applies to Adobe Illustrator.

What differentiates Adobe Illustrator from Photoshop is that Illustrator is a vector graphics editor. It was originally released in 1987.

Other applications that are part of Adobe Creative Cloud include InDesign, Premiere Pro, XD, and Acrobat DC.

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