At Adobe’s MAX event, it was announced Photoshop on iPad Finally gain the ability to remove background from images with a single click, along with the ability to remove distracting objects from images.
proces Background removal (Opens in a new tab) It would be similar to how you achieve it on a Mac or Windows PC: just highlight the background, the theme is safe from removal, and replace it with something completely different. The new option on iPad is available at App Store (Opens in a new tab) as part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscription.
There are also other useful features coming to Photoshop on the iPad in the coming weeks, such as automatic color adjustments to get the right balance for your projects, hair enhancements, and edge dressings for when these elements need to go to a different background.
It all adds up to what you can already do on the iPad with Photoshop, and increases accessibility to the tablet instead of Mac or computer – But we haven’t gotten that far yet.
The iPad is a computer, but not for everyone
When Photoshop was launched on the iPad in 2019, it wasn’t given a warm welcome due to its lack of basic features. At the time, Adobe only had to work with touch inputs, as Touchpad support didn’t appear until mid-2020 iPad operating system. This required a lot of rethinking from Adobe to bring the features that had been standard in Photoshop for years.
Fast forward to 2022, and although you can now use a magic keyboard With a built-in trackpad, Adobe has improved the features enough that you can just double-click and remove the background, thanks to Adobe finding ways to simplify a set of its powerful features.
These new features will be welcomed across many user bases and needs, including mine. after use Photo shop on me macOS Over the past decade, I’ve been eager to see more desktop apps come to me iPadPro For quick fix situations we find ourselves in from time to time.
The iPad version of Photoshop almost meets the brief now, thanks to the ads in the MAX. Being able to remove the background for the photos I take will really help with my workflow. Next on my wishlist in the feature space is to see a file pen tool (Opens in a new tab) finally arrives. Users have been clamoring for this since Photoshop first came out on the iPad, and now that we have background removal features, this might be the next best feature to hit the iPad.
Once these features make it to Photoshop on the iPad, we’ll make sure there’s a new review that’s going to be just subject to how the app has been improved in the past three years.