Biggest Announcements from Adobe Max
Adobe Max 2019 has wrapped in Los Angeles and Adobe has released many new upgrades and software improvements to help creatives achieve their powerful visions. Here are the biggest announcements from the event:
Adobe Photoshop on iPad: Although it was announced a year ago, Adobe has finally released Adobe Photoshop on iPad. Adobe unveiled the app at its annual Max design conference. The app has been redesigned for the context of a mobile device and includes many of desktop Photoshop’s core tools, particularly around compositing, retouching, and masking.
Adobe Photoshop Camera: Adobe is launching a free AI-powered Photoshop Camera app, available now to a select group of users as a limited preview for iOS and Android devices. The camera uses Adobe’s artificial intelligence platform, Sensei, to recognize the subject in photos — whether it’s a selfie, landscape, or food.
Partnership with TikTok: Adobe has announced a partnership with TikTok that will let Premiere Rush CC users publish to the platform from within the video editing app. This makes Premiere Rush the first third-party app that can upload content directly to TikTok.
Adobe Fresco: Adobe’s drawing and painting app is now coming to Windows, after being launched on the iPad earlier this year. Like the iPad version, the Windows version of Fresco is free for Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers or $9.99 / month for non-subscribers.