Photoshop Touch for iPad 2 Now Available

Photoshop Touch

Photoshop Touch is now available for the iPad 2.  It’s 0nly $9.99 in the App Store.  

While it’s not as robust as the full version of Photoshop for your computer, it has a ton of features and tools that we use most often, including layers, blending modes for layers, opacity adjustments, free transform, and many more.

You can even open the layered Photoshop Touch file in regular Photoshop.  Additionally, Photoshop Touch appears to be tightly integrated with Adobe’s new Creative Cloud storage initiative.

You can find Photoshop Touch here on the App Store.

Check out a nice walkthrough of some of the more attractive features from Terry White in the video below.



  1. says

    I purchased the Photoshop App for the I Pad yesterday and gave it a test run. I’ve been editing photos with Snapseed, and, although it is not as robust as Photoshop, I like it very much. Snapseed is very easy to learn, and extremely intuitive. I hoped Photoshop for I Pad would be equally simple to learn and to use. Alas, it isn’t. While it has many features that Snapseed does not, If Adobe is not able to make Photoshop for I Pad easier to learn and use, they will never overtake Snapseed as the dominant touch screen editing application.
    From my experience, I believe that touch screen will be the editing platform of the future, and Photoshop will be only a footnote if they don’t become more like Snapseed.
    I am teaching a workshop this Spring and all participants will be learning to use Snapseed to edit their photos, simply because, with a simple swipe of a finger, they can make a very large qualitative change in the photos they shoot.