Photoshop Should Get A Free Web Version Soon

Photoshop: Adobe is planning to release a Photoshop free web version. To test the idea, the company released a freemium edition that can be used by users in Canada.

“We want to make [Photoshop] more accessible and easier for more people to test and experience the product,” said Maria Yap, vice president of digital imaging at Adobe.

planning is leave this version free of charge with a lower number of tools, while the paid subscription edition will have access to all features of the editing program.

Photoshop in web mode was launched in October last year and works as a simplification of the complete software. Despite being aimed at more basic editing, it has been improved over time with features such as refining edges, curves, dodge and burn tools.

In tests in Canada, it is possible to access the program in the browser from any login, without the need to have a license to use it. Despite the news, Adobe has not explained when it will release the free-for-all version.

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