Photoshop will launch a totally free version on the web

Photoshop will launch a totally free version on the web

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No more breaking the bank to add your head to a unicorn’s body.

This is news that will delight lovers of photo editing! No more paying $30 a month to add your head to a unicorn’s body or fix your skin imperfections. All this will soon be possible and without even taking a euro out of your pocket. Adobe indeed plans to develop a completely free Web version of Photoshop, as indicated by several specialized media. The platform is also currently being tested in Canada where lucky kids can enjoy Photoshop via their browser with a free Adobe account.

Hold on tight: Photoshop will launch a totally free version on the web
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Good news but still has some limitations. Don’t expect to make amazing edits in this free version because this “freemium” version will have less features than the paid software. In addition, going through your browser, the software will necessarily be less efficient. Because Adobe’s approach is not at all disinterested: this web version will above all make Photoshop more accessible to subsequently encourage users to pay for the full version.

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For the moment, Adobe has not yet communicated a date for the launch of this free version. It will therefore be necessary to show a little more patience.

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