Adobe Introduces Photoshop Touch for Android Tablets, iOS Version Coming

Adobe has announced a new Android app called Photoshop Touch for tablet owners. Rather than provide a full suite of image editing features, the app appears to be more geared towards minor edits, effects, and sharing. It’ll be released in the near future for Android at a price of $10, and an iOS version is on the way as well.

Here’s a brief introduction to the app:

…and a 10-minute demo of the app in action:

(via John Nack)

  • Anonymous

    This is awesome! I hope it is offered for more than just tablets. It would be nice to be able to quickly touch up some photos on my EVO 4G before sharing them. Hope this pans out well for the consumer…

  • Anonymous

    I’ve been using Adobe Nav lately and it’s pretty good at what it does. I was skeptical when all these photo editing apps came out for touch interfaces because I do all my retouching on my desktop. But there are some great features – when are they going to come out for a Lightroom app?
    It would be great to just have the library module in an app – so you could import, tag, flag, rate and sort images on the field and then import all of these into your desktop library when you got home.

    Just a crazy dream of mine.

  • Michael Goulding

    I’d love a Lightroom version, even just the library area so I can sort, keyword, rate photos etc in the field.

  • Roy Warner

    If it’s anything like the official iphone app, then move along. Why degrade such a high quality brand name with such a low quality product?

  • Marty

    I love the fact that Adobe, whose products used to be so closely aligned with the Apple/Mac market, has released this to Android first.