Adobe Photoshop Software has a new web browser version coming soon
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The days are gone when to use Adobe Photoshop software, a normal person willing to try it for the first time, had to rely upon the pirated version of the photo and graphics editing software. Moreover the software will not acquire any space in the system because Adobe is about to launch a web browser version of Adobe Photoshop and the best thing is that the software will be for free.
The vision behind Adobe Photoshop software
Adobe Photoshop software being the leading photo and graphics editing software in the market, always stays in high demand for the professionals. Seeing this, people who want to try photo editing sometimes think of using the software but as the charges are high for using it, for a non professional it is not possible for using it after an expensive purchase. But in the market there are so many free softwares like Canva which can provide the experience of photo editing. Adobe doesn't want to let these casual customers go out of hands. Their plan is to provide the casual users or new users with a free web browser version of the software so that they become habituated to the software. Maria Yap, Adobe’s VP of digital imaging said, “We want to make [Photoshop] more accessible and easier for more people to try it out and experience the product,”
This way the company can create a user base who will buy the software in future for professional use. Moreover some premium features will be available only after subscription is purchased. From that also the company can create a good amount of benefit.
What information does media have?
In an article The Verge reported that, "The company is now testing the free version in Canada, where users are able to access Photoshop on the web through a free Adobe account."
Engadget in an article reported, "Engadget has reached out to Adobe to find out when it plans to make the tool available to users worldwide, and will update when we hear back."