Photoshop and Illustrator are now two applications made by Adobe that are widely used by designers to create quality digital works. Now both applications also come with various versions such as a mobile version that can be used on smartphones and tablets.
It is known that the website versions of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator come with a simpler version, of which, there are some features that are not available and the appearance is also made to be more minimalist.
However, the main features of each application such as the Lasso Tool, Shape Tool, and Layering can still be found in the simplified version of Photoshop and the web version of Illustrator.
“We didn’t bring all the features on the first day, but we really wanted to bring all the main features that work well in the browser,” said Scott Belsky, Chief Product Officer of Adobe.
In addition, the web versions of Photoshop and Illustrator will also work with native PSD and AI files. This allows users to continue their work from the original Adobe application to the web version.
However, currently, access to the website is still limited. Adobe opens its registration portal for creators who want to try the website versions of Photoshop and Illustrator right away.