Adobe has announced that the iPad versions of Photoshop and the newly released Illustrator have received a live streaming feature. As you’d expect, the new function allows users to live stream their work to popular platforms such as YouTube and Twitch.
The company first introduced built-in streaming capability on its Fresco app for smartphones. Thanks to the feature’s popularity, it’s only natural for Adobe to also include it to its other widely used image editing software on mobile.
Artists and creators have been live streaming their artwork progress on the desktop versions of Photoshop and Illustrator for a good while now, so it would make sense for the company to allow their mobile counterparts to do the same. The only difference between both versions is that users usually rely on third party streaming software such as OBS on desktop, while the iPad versions would now include a built-in feature for live streaming by Adobe itself.
With that being said, the company appears to also include a built-in live streaming feature to the desktop versions of the aforementioned softwares. However, the feature is only available as a limited beta that would require users to apply for testing purposes.
(Source: Adobe [Official blog])