- Adobe officially launches Photoshop on the web, powered by Firefly artificial intelligence.
- The web version features simplified navigation and improved tools.
- Adobe is committed to future updates and improvements for Photoshop online users.
The wait is over for Adobe Photoshop users with paid plans. Yesterday, Wednesday, Adobe officially launched the web version of its image editing tool.
Adobe Photoshop Web
What makes this web version of Photoshop even more interesting is its adoption of artificial intelligence technology powered by Firefly. Some of the features of this AI are filling and generative expansion.
The web version has a reorganization of the tools in the toolbar. These are now grouped according to common workflows, such as playing back an image or selecting an object. This new layout will help the user quickly find the tools they need for their editing projects.
Another improvement is the presentation of full tool names instead of descriptions in the tooltips.
And, another notable feature is that it allows users to easily share files through links, even if their collaborators do not have a subscription. This simplifies collaboration on creative projects and streamlines workflow.
Despite the numerous tools that Photoshop offers on the web, there are still some notable features missing, such as the patch tool, pencil tool, smart object support, and polygonal lasso.
However, Adobe has confirmed that it is working on incorporating these tools in future updates.
The web-based Photoshop service is included as part of all paid Photoshop plans, which start at $9.99 per month. Additionally, it is worth mentioning that, at the moment, Adobe has no plans to offer a free or freemium version of Photoshop on the web. The full capabilities of this powerful tool will continue to be available only to those with paid subscriptions.