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Adobe Premiere Rush is a simplified version of Adobe Premiere Pro, one of the biggest names in video editing.

When manual importing or exporting does make sense to your workflow, those options will still be available in Photoshop for iPad. The Photoshop code base is being used on iPad. Adobe says Android support is coming in 2019, although it didn't give anything more specific than that. Using a feature not available in the iPad version should then be as simple as hitting save and then opening the file on the desktop, picking up where you left off.

Apple's chief of marketing Phil Schiller also made an appearance on stage during the Max keynote.

Adobe previewed Project Aero, a new cross-device AR authoring tool that enables creators to design augmented reality experiences. "We can not wait for this technology to get into everyone's hands, and to create, with the freedom to do Photoshop anywhere in the world", Schiller said.

As part of its iPad efforts, Adobe has brought the same underlying codebase of Photoshop for desktop to iOS, and it has also worked to modernize PSD files for the cloud. Plus, you can take advantage of the tactile-pencil-and-touch environment to work directly on the canvas using the world's most powerful creative application, Photoshop. You'll never have to export, import, or convert any of your projects when you move from one device to another.

All Creative Cloud plans should include Adobe Fonts as of today October 15th, including single-app plans and the Photography Plan.

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It's taken Adobe almost three years to develop this version of Photoshop for iPad, that too with lot of close coordination with Apple.

Photoshop for iPad has a user interface structured similarly to the desktop application.

As Microsoft rolls out its refreshed Surface line up targeted primarily at the creative crowd, its partner Adobe maybe about to kneecap their efforts by finally releasing the flagship of its creative suite to the iPad.

Microsoft has made a concerted effort to attract the Adobe heavy creative types with its Surface Studio and Surface Pro devices by leveraging its deep partnership with Adobe and tweaks both companies have made to support one another's efforts.

Currently, creatives can use the limited powers of Photoshop Express, Photoshop Mix or Lightroom Mobile on iPad. For designers and creators, the iPad might well replace laptops, if Photoshop proves to be a success on the device. That ensures the power is there when needed, but that it also stays out of the way when it is not.