According to Bloomberg, Adobe is currently developing a full version of its image editing software, Photoshop, for the iPad. The report also further revealed that the company might officially announce the software at its upcoming annual conference later this year.
Currently, there are already several Adobe Photoshop apps on iTunes such as Photoshop Express, Photoshop Lightroom, Photoshop Mix and Photoshop Fix. However, none of the apps offer the complete feature set that professionals are already accustomed to on the macOS and Windows PC version of the software.
Some of the factors that are most likely swaying is the introduction of the iPad Pro line and its adoption by the professional sector. Most likely the new app will tie-in with the company’s Creative Cloud platform, allowing seamless transition between tablet and desktop for editing purposes.
An announcement regarding the app will apparently takes place in October, as that is when Adobe MAX is scheduled to happen. It is the company’s annual conference event after all and seemed like a perfect place to unveil a brand-new product that could have a large impact on the Adobe’s position in the market.