Photoshop For Your PhoneDPMag Published in Blog
Call me crazy, old fashioned, or just downright simple, but I just can't figure out why I would want Photoshop on my iPhone. Is it just me? Don't get me wrong: I love (LOVE!) Photoshop, and I love (LOVE!) my iPhone, but for some reason Adobe's announcement of Photoshop Touch for Android and iPhones just makes me want to… shrug. Am I the only one? Maybe I'm being a hater and I need to get my hands on the thing to see if I can really put it to use. Or maybe I'm just being an old fuddy-duddy. Maybe it's just a matter of simple miscommunication, and I shouldn't think of Photoshop Touch as Photoshop for my iPhone as much as I should think of it as Adobe's competition for the one-click filters of Instagram. Viewed through that lens, I'm starting to see some of the appeal. Check it out for yourself via this article, and the even more informative comments that follow, at the DPReview Connect blog.
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