How To Use Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPhone and Android


In this episode of the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast, Terry White shows how to use the New Adobe Photoshop Touch for phones to composite images, remove a background and add a logo before sending it to the desktop version of Photoshop layers and all.

You can get Photoshop Touch for iPhone here

You can get Photoshop Touch for iPad here

Yes you can also get it for Android here.


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4 Replies to “How To Use Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPhone and Android”

  1. OK I have Photoshop Touch and cannot find out any where how to use the free 2GB of free storage in the Creative Cloud. It keeps asking me to sign in to my account. I have called Adobe and they haven’t a clue about what I am asking. Can you help?

  2. This doesn’t work. I followed the instructions exact and my extract will not bring my other layer into the background.

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