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Beta Versions of Photoshop and Illustrator Come to Web

Photoshop is one of the most useful programs in the world if you are the sort of person that tends to work on graphic design as well as a variety of other photography related things. This program as well as Illustrator have become mainstays of the graphic design and marketing industries, and their application in art and other creative endeavors is widespread as well with all things having been considered and taken into account.

The thing about Photoshop is that you would need to buy the program and download it onto your system if you ever wanted to use it, but with all of that having been said and now out of the way it is important to note that a web version of both Photoshop and Illustrator are currently being tested out. The Beta versions of these programs have been launched and Adobe is trying to make it so that they can be used out of a web browser without users necessarily having to download the program in order to take advantage of it.


The thing to note here is that you will be getting a stripped down version of Photoshop for web because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up making it faster. Photoshop is simply too heavy for all of its features to be made available on web, so what Adobe is trying to do here is that they are trying to make it so that users that only want the most basic features would be able to avail these features through web.



This is a similar approach to what Adobe did for the iPad version of their app, and this can be immensely useful if you are working on a project for someone who is paying you and you want them to give their opinions and make some basic edits to point you in the right direction regarding what they actually want from you in the first place. Adobe is also adding content attribution features that can help artists and designers mark their work as theirs so that no one can end up stealing it and taking the credit for something that they played no part in.


Photoshop is one of those tools that pretty much everyone should use because of how useful it is, so it is definitely a great thing that people are getting to use it without having to install it. While Illustrator’s beta is currently reserved for people with invitations, chances are that it will be expanded soon and when the Web versions of these apps are finalized they could prove to be a game changer in the world of graphic design.

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