We were a little disappointed that the last few weeks have been so long since we got the new version of Photoshop, but we were pretty happy to see it.
While the new interface doesn’t feel very refined compared to the original, it still has plenty of useful features and the ability to rotate and zoom a canvas can make for some great editing and photo editing.
There’s also the option to add text to a photo and use a different image size for the text than what the default one used, so if you’ve ever wanted to take a photo in an area where you don’t have an area to put your text, you’re in luck.
The interface can also be opened and closed with a few taps on the desktop or by using a keyboard shortcut, and there’s a dedicated photo mode that makes it possible to edit multiple photos simultaneously.
The big update is that Photoshop will be getting a new desktop version in October.
The desktop version will also be available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS.
The new interface has many of the same functions as the new desktop, but it will include a few key new features: you can use the zoom button to zoom in on any part of your image, or use the rotate button to rotate the image 180 degrees.
There are also new keyboard shortcuts, including the Shift key, the Control key, and the Alt key.
The rotation and zooming buttons have been moved to the right side of the interface, while the space bar and other options have been replaced by a new arrow that will change between a horizontal and vertical rotation.
We think this makes for a cleaner interface and is a nice change of pace from previous versions of Photoshop.
The major new feature is the ability for you to change the size of a photo, which is handy for when you want to make a photo look larger than what it actually is.
You can also adjust the color of the background image to make it more pleasing to the eye.
The updated interface also has a few other new features.
You now have the ability in the desktop version to save and export a photo to any file format, even a GIF file.
The file format will be GIF, and you can also upload the file to Imgur.
The update also includes a new keyboard shortcut to launch a full-screen slideshow or a slideshow without the need to click on the slide.
In the Windows version of the app, the ability has been removed to use the desktop as your primary desktop, though you can still use it as a secondary desktop when needed.
The Mac version of Adobe Photoshop will continue to be free to use.
The next major update will be the final version of this free update, which will be available to users of the current version of Mac OS X. It will be released next week, but there’s no word on when that will be.