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A Full Version of Photoshop May be Coming to the iPad

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A full version of Photoshop photo editing software may be available for iPads as soon as 2019.
The move, reported by Bloomberg , would be a major development for professional designers and editors, who have had to make due with a watered down version of the popular Adobe-made tool on Apple' iOS devices. However, with the rise of the iPad Pro, and competition fueled by Microsoft's Surface Pro, Apple has been pushing the iPad as an alternative to laptops and smartphones rather than a companion-and this move would help the company make its case.
For Adobe's part, the move makes sense as it...
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