CM – Photoshop on the web is now available in beta with limited functionality


Photoshop has long been a household name when it comes to image editing and digital painting software. Although it has a little more competition now, it is still the de facto standard in the creative industry, despite and despite unpopular changes Adobe has made to distributing the software. Its cloud-centric business model can have its advantages, however, and one of them makes Photoshop nearly universal through some of the app’s features available in web browsers.

Browsers have come a long way in the past few years alone. The ability to access hardware such as graphics processors has opened the doors to more resource-intensive applications, including 3D games. It has become a great platform not just for collaboration like sharing files, but even for editing documents directly, and in this case, images.

Adobe goes into great detail on how Photoshop got onto the web, and in short, it was quite a bit of work and waiting for technology and standards to be adopted. It also required working with browser developers like Google to make sure that Photoshop actually worked and worked properly in Chrome or Chromium based browsers. You still can’t take advantage of the full range of Photoshop features, but the latest announcement is opening some of them to the public.

Of course, in order to open a Photoshop file in web browsers, you need access to the Adobe Creative Cloud. While features such as comments and annotations were already available, in this beta release you can make changes such as editing layers, selecting areas, and applying masks. Adobe initially focused on the most common use cases involving retouching and adjusting images for this first launch of the web version of Photoshop.

Photoshop on the web is guaranteed to only work with Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, although other Chromium-based browsers may work as well. Firefox is promised to come at some point, although no schedule has been given. Adobe says it won’t stop at Photoshop and Illustrator either, and plans to bring all of the Creative Cloud to web browsers.


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