PC software developer Adobe is currently testing a web-based version of its popular graphics editor Photoshop in Canada, raising hopes that perhaps, someday, we might have access to it without the need to dish out half our savings as well.
Naturally, the web version is free-of-charge to all participants, with the company announcing that they plan to open it up to more users soon.
The catch, however, is that this online version will be in a ‘freemium’ form, meaning that it’ll only have a specific and very basic number of features available for users. If you want to use it in its complete form, you will need to pay.
However, the fact that Photoshop is -by far- the greatest photo editing software out there, still makes this worth getting excited about, even if it is stripped down to its bare essentials.
It’s also worth noting that there’s also a web-based version of the app available right now here in Australia (and everywhere else in the world) for those who subscribe to Adobe’s Creative Cloud. It’s not exactly free since you still need to pay the monthly sub to have access to the cloud but, speaking specifically about the software itself, it technically is.
We still don’t know when, or even if, this web-based free(mium) version of Photoshop will become available to the rest of the world but, when it does, it’s sure to become a hit. Especially if there’s a chance that it can be used on mobile.
Imagine the possibilities…
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