Adobe revealed plans to add a new subject selection tool to Photoshop for iPad by the end of 2019, which will be powered by Adobe’s Sensei machine learning technology. The company also plans to make Cloud PSD synchronization faster by rolling out an update to the app before the end of this year. In the early part of 2020, Adobe will add some of new features along with Lightroom integration to the app.
Some added features coming in early 2020 will include; Refine Edge, Curves, adjustment layer options, brush sensitivity and rotate canvas, and Lightroom integration. The integration will enable users to process raw images in Lightroom premium right on their iPad, and then work on them in Photoshop.
The product manager for Photoshop at Adobe, Pam Clark recapitulated that Adobe’s aim with the first version of Photoshop for iPad was essentially bringing core features such as compositing, masking, and retouching to iPad users. The upgrades should reduce users complaints as Adobe takes it’s users feedback very seriously.
The company recapitulated how Photoshop for iPad uses the same codebase as the desktop app and offers a way to synchronise files across devices and users, at Adobe Max 2019 .