Adobe Photoshop Touch has just received a somewhat minor update that is supposed to add some major functionality to it. The tablet version of Adobe’s popular image editing software has just been updated to support three additional styli, along with working with smaller tablets.
The Adobe Photoshop Touch update adds recognition for Pogo Connect, Jot Touch, and JaJa Stylus, three pressure sensitive styli compatible with iOS. This should make it far easier for artists to draw, sketch or paint using the touch based image editing software. Photographers too can leverage the stylus support for retouching.
The update also expands the compatibility of the app to smaller tablets, like the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7. In fact as long as the tablet is running iOS 4 or Android 3.1 or higher, Adobe Photoshop Touch should work just fine on your device along with offering pressure sensitive stylus support.
The update also includes smoother brush strokes, Lens Flare and Pattern Stamp effects, and improved grid layout along with better Social Networking integration. Adobe has always been very encouraging of users posting their masterpieces online, especially those made using their mobile apps.
The update to version 1.4 of Photoshop Touch is already live in the respective stores and can be downloaded by using the update option.