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Adobe is testing Photoshop for the web for free in Canada | informational guidance

Software giant Adobe is currently testing a free version of the Photoshop for web app in Canada.

This is it the edge who grabbed the news for the first time at the Adobe consumer event in Paris. According to Adobe, the company wants to build a half-paid template for Photoshop for the web, starting in Canada.

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This means that users with a free account will be able to access the basic functions of Photoshop for the web, with some advanced tools protected by a paid access lock. In the current beta stage, all features are unlocked for the free user.

Photoshop for the web includes popular tools like Transform, Brush, Heal, and Change Color.

Adobe released the web version of Photoshop as a “collaboration tool” and to shift the sometimes intense processing loads from on-premises devices to the cloud to make basic editing possible on very low-powered devices. Since its release, the web version has received several updates to increase functionality.

Don’t expect the web version to offer all the same features as the full desktop app. Even the paid version will not have all the features that professionals are accustomed to.

Adobe hasn’t announced when Photoshop for the web will be more widely available.

Users can try out the trial version of Photoshop on the web with a free Adobe account.

The original article (in English) is available on the website IT world Canadasister post informational guidance.

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