Brings performance improvements and new technology additions for the recently upgraded AI-powered photo editing app. ($89 new, free update, 18.8 MB)
Major update for the machine-learning photo editing app brings an updated user interface and four new AI-powered tools. ($89 new, $74 upgrade, 18.8 MB)
Brings several new features to the desktop-focused photo cataloging and editing application. ($9.99/$19.99/$52.99 monthly Creative Cloud subscription, free update)
Adds accelerated image editing with GPU support for smoother performance. ($9.99/19.99 monthly Creative Cloud subscription, free update)
Photos boasts non-destructive editing of photos, even when you use a Photos extension to make changes. While the basic non-destructive feature works well, there are some snags that can result in undesirable outcomes, particularly with RAW images and when using multiple editors.
Improves the Accent AI smart image enhancement feature. ($69 new, free update, 18.4 MB)
Maintenance release for the photo editing app improves the recently added Library feature. ($69 new, free update, 18.4 MB)
Adds a new feature that enhances the details of raw images using Adobe Senseis artificial intelligence. ($9.99/19.99 monthly subscription Creative Cloud subscription, free update)
Photoshop may be the 800-pound gorilla of the graphics world, but Pixelmator Pro has stepped into the ring. How does it match up? The answer largely depends on what you need from an image editor. Find out what advantages Pixelmator Pro has, and where it lags behind, in this comprehensive analysis.
Brings several new features and enhancements to the desktop-focused photo cataloging and editing application. ($9.99/19.99 monthly subscription Creative Cloud subscription, free update)
Introduces the AI Sky Enhancer that uses artificial intelligence to create beautiful skies in your images. ($69 new, free update, 477 MB)
Adds new book types and a new paper type inside the Book module. ($9.99/19.99 monthly subscription Creative Cloud subscription, free update)
Enhances the Raw Develop filter with improved handling of the Lens and Transform effects. ($69 new, free update)
Adobe has confirmed that it is working on a full-featured version of Photoshop for the iPad. Bloomberg says to expect its unveiling at the Adobe MAX conference in October 2018.
If you find yourself needing a digital version of a physical photo—as uncommon as that might seem in today’s modern world—Google’s free PhotoScan app may be the ideal tool, particularly if you don’t already own a scanner, or have one in your pocket.