Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator are coming to your web browser
Collaborating with others using Adobe’s graphic design software will soon be even easier, as the company announced that two of Creative Cloud’s most popular products will soon be available on the web.
During Adobe MAX 2021, the company revealed that Photoshop and Illustrator are coming to your browser to help others express themselves in the creative process.
Until now, creative teams had to rely on other online collaboration tools to provide feedback and work together online. By extending Photoshop and Illustrator to the web, even those without access to Adobe’s photo editor and graphic design software will be able to contribute.
Now, when a user shares cloud documents from Adobe software, collaborators will be able to review their creative work and add comments right from their browser without having to download apps or subscribe to Creative Cloud. At the same time, their comments will appear in Photoshop and Illustrator desktop and iPad apps so users don’t have to interrupt their creative flow while collaborating.
In addition to comments and feedback, Adobe also offers a preview of some basic editing tools in the browser to allow collaborators to make minor edits and quick edits without having to launch full versions of its software.
Photoshop and Illustrator on the web
In order to start sharing Photoshop and Illustrator documents across the web for comments and comments, Adobe software users will need to update to the latest versions of the applications first.
Photoshop on the web is currently in public beta with basic editing capabilities. To access the beta, users should click “Open in Photoshop on Web Beta” in the header when viewing a Photoshop file in their browser.
Illustrator on the web also offers basic editing functionality, but is currently only available in a private beta. Interested users can go to this website to request access to the beta program.
Now that Photoshop and Illustrator will be available via a browser soon, we’ll have to wait and see if Adobe decides to bring InDesign, Lightroom, or other Creative Cloud apps to the web as well.
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