The upcoming plan is described as 'freemium' meaning that some features will be exclusive to paying subscribers.
Adobe is now testing a free-to-use version of Photoshop on the web – the company plans to launch the version for everyone to attract more users.
They're now testing the free version in Canada, where you can play with the web version through a free Adobe account. The service is described as 'freemium' meaning that some features will be exclusive to paying subscribers. The free version will include Photoshop’s core functions.
"We want to make Photoshop more accessible and easier for more people to try it out and experience the product," said Maria Yap, Adobe’s VP of digital imaging.
Adobe first launched its web version of Photoshop in October, offering a simplified version of the popular design app. "I want to see Photoshop meet users where they’re at now," Yap added. "You don’t need a high-end machine to come into Photoshop."
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