Adobe has announced a new iOS app, Photoshop Fix, which makes some of the popular image editing tool's key elements available for free.
Having given us a glimpse of the app at Apple's September 9 launch event, Photoshop Fix has now joined a growing roster of Photoshop apps in the App Store.
Each Photoshop app is built around a couple of key features from the main desktop program. Photoshop Fix's remit is "The power of Photoshop retouching for everyone, anywhere."
The app plays host to two notable Photoshop tools: Heal and Liquify. This means that it can be used to remove and cover over elements from your pictures, as well as to make wholesale alterations to facial features (which is a little bit creepy).
Photoshop Fix also enables you to make basic adjustments to the things like contrast and saturation, as well as defocusing specific areas of an image. You also get the usual cropping tool.
When you've finished with your image tinkering, the saved picture preserves its layers, so you can export to the desktop app and continue your work.
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Perhaps the best thing about all this is that Photoshop Fix is free to download, though you'll need to sign up for an Adobe account if you don't have one already. You'll also need a paid-up Creative Cloud membership for the full cross-app CreativeSync experience.
Photoshop Fix is available to download for iPhone and iPad now. There's no Android version of Photoshop Fix as yet, but one is in the works.