Adobe has finally made its mobile Photoshop app available for smartphones. The new app, which will set customers back $4.99, is available in both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The app has been available on mobile tablets for a while now and this new version features a redesigned experience for the smaller screens.
Many of the same features are available in the new mobile app as are available on tablets. Of course, this app isn't nearly as powerful as the desktop app, but it does come with some of the core features that users would expect from an application carrying the "Photoshop" name.
Users will also get a free 2GB of Adobe Creative Cloud storage. iPhone users will need iOS 6.0+ and an iPhone 4S and Android users will need to be running version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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