Adobe has responded to the many complaints it has received for Photoshop for the iPad. Users complained that it was an incomplete product. Adobe now states that it has attempted to market a ‘minimum viable product’, and will update it soon.
Photoshop for the iPad earlier this week after it was a year earlier. Although Adobe already indicated at the release that not all functions from Photoshop are available for the PC on the iPad, there was nevertheless a large flow of complaints. Adobe CEO Scott Belsky, among others, responded to the negative reviews by stating in that the company has tried to market a ‘minimum viable product’ in order to continue the software based on user feedback. develop. Belsky calls the state of affairs ‘painful’, and hopes to get more users enthusiastic in the long run.
In addition, Jenny Lyell, who is employed by Adobe as a Photoshop product manager, that some features took longer to develop than previously thought. Ensuring an equivalent output between iPad and PC took a lot of effort, among other things. Lyell mentioned liquify as an example, which works as a plug-in on the PC; However, iPads do not support plug-ins.
Lyell also promises that there will be updates for Photoshop for the iPad soon. Adobe plans to update the software more aggressively in the coming period, whereby new functions must become available more quickly. According to Lyell, new functions must be introduced in the coming weeks, with new iterations every month. However, more precise plans were not disclosed, so it is not yet clear which Photoshop tools users can expect.
Adobe, therefore, announced at the official unveiling of Photoshop for iPad that not all functions were available yet. However, Adobe previously advertised a “full” version of Photoshop for Apple’s tablet.