Adobe’s version of Photoshop Touch for iOS devices has received an upgrade to version 1.2 and the update brought with it a plethora of fixes and a few small new features. The most notable feature that is already available on the updated version is the maximum resolution for pictures which has been bumped up to 2048 x 2048. The setting which can be configured in the application’s ‘Setting’s’ menu, will still have 1600 x 1600 as its default measurement.
Other new features include automatic synchronization with Creative Cloud, the application now has support for 6 languages including English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish and Italian, exporting images to PSD and PNG via Camera Roll or email has been added, rotate and flip image workflow has been improved, transferring images to desktop via iTunes has been added, two new tutorials have been added and finally, four new ‘Effects; Watercolor Paint, HDR Look, Soft Light and Soft Skin have been added.
As for the fixes, the company corrected the languages that are supported in iTunes and remedied the issue with ‘logging in via Facebook’. Unfortunately if you were hoping that it has been optimized for the beautiful Retina display on the new iPad, that particular feature is yet to arrive. If you are looking to grab the update over in the App Store (which costs $9.99 if you haven’t already purchased it); click here.
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