Adobe is testing a free-to-use version of Photoshop in Canada

Adobe, the popular software company has started it’s testing with a web version of Photoshop in Canada. Adobe is eventually making some exclusive features for it’s paid members. The company says that it will keep most of the features free so more people can come to the program. Adobe wants photoshop to make more accessible and easier for more people to try and experience this product. The online version of photoshop is already on the web, it is heavily sealed down version of software with a lack of features. Adobe made it as a collaborative tool which was useful for sharing your images with others.

Adobe is now offering a ‘freemium’ version of the product with new features in which payment will be required to get access on full service of this product. Adobe is in a hope to attract more people to Photoshop so that they will pay to get the full version of the product. It also requires a high-end machine for photoshop.

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