Adobe Photoshop finally comes to the browser, and Chromebooks

Adobe's new web-based versions of Photoshop and Illustrator open the tools up to a huge new audience.

Users of Google's Chrome OS have been waiting years — and years, and years, Adobe — for the industry-standard Photoshop image editing tool to become available to them. Today that wait is finally over. Sort of. Adobe announced that subscribers to its Creative Cloud service now have access to a web-based version of Photoshop, which offers a limited selection of tools for editing images and projects stored on Creative Cloud servers.

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Michael Crider

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