Photoshop, one of the world’s most popular photo editing programs, is getting a streamlined web version — but there’s also bad news.

After more than two years of beta testing, Adobe has opened up the web version of Photoshop to all subscribers — including, for example, an AI-driven tool called Firefly.

According to the company’s announcement, the web version is somewhat simpler than the desktop program at the moment, but functions such as reproducing an image or selecting an object are also included in the toolbox of the web version.

According to Adobe, the web interface is designed to be as easy to use as possible – but the AI ​​tool Firefly announced at the start of the year will also be included, so you can even edit images using commands. Furthermore In the relevant description You can familiarize yourself with the web version.

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To use Photoshop for the web, like the desktop program, you need an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.

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