You probably know Photoshop as a desktop image editing app, however it’s been awhile that this app jumped to the mobile world. And while its original Photoshop Touch app is no longer available, Adobe has been pumping out new apps that each offer a few specific features for free. Now there is a new Photoshop app in town.
Photoshop Fix is already available for iOS but Adobe says that an Android version is coming very soon.
With Photoshop Fix you can “fix” your images, whether that be using the Healing tools to remove objects from a shot or loading up the Liquify tool to push, pull, and reshape an area. This tool will let you make someone smile or frown, edit their jawline or chin, make their eyes larger or farther apart. You can easily undo any changes you make, and once you’re done editing, you can quickly share your work to Facebook or Instagram from within the app.
Other tools includ the ability to lighten, darken, or smooth out an image, defocus to blur part of a photo, and remove some or all of the color in an image for a more artsy, black and white look.
After that you can use the Adobe’s Creative Cloud to send images edited on your smartphone or tablet to Photoshop on your desktop. The sent image will be converted to a PSD file with all edits covered to layers and packages, making it easier to continue your work on your computer.