Adobe has updated its tablet-friendly Photoshop Touch app for Android today and added some nifty capabilities to the premier photo-editing app. For starters, Photoshop Touch can now be used on smaller 7-inch tablets with resolution of at least a 1024 x 600. Which means if you have a Nexus 7 or a Kindle Fire HD, you can now step up to the professional image editing space, right from your tablet.
The new update which rolled out earlier today brings the app version up to 1.4.1. In addition to making Photoshop Touch 7-inch tablet friendly, the update also adds the following enhancements/improvements.
- Smoother brush strokes
- Two new Effects: Lens Flare (under “&” menu) and Stamp Pattern
- Improved grid layout for projects, tutorials, and images
- New support for sharing to Facebook, Twitter, and other registered apps
- Quick access to last 5 colors with new shortcut (drag down on Color)
- Various bug fixes
If you recently purchased a Nexus 7 and were disappointed that you couldn’t use Photoshop Touch on it, you can cheer up now. The app costs $9.99 on the play store but professional editors swear by it. If you don’t have it already, hit the download button below to get it on your 7-incher.
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