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Free Adobe Photoshop App for iOS devices ( iPad and iPhone )

Adobe has released an updated edition of their Photoshop mobile app for the Apple iPad platform.
It comes with some major fixes for bugs that were part of the original release.

This free app can now be used in landscape mode on the iPad. It can also be used on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
This is of course not a fully functional edition of Photoshop but is designed to let to you small corrections to images.


Here is a look of what Photoshop looks like in your iOS device


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