Adobe’s goal is to use the web version of Photoshop to make the app more accessible and potentially hook users who’ll want to pay for the full version down the road. In the meantime, the company is continuing to update Photoshop for web with more tools, including refine edge, curves, the dodge and burn tools, and the ability to convert Smart Objects. Yes, Photoshop on the web beta is now available for all education users with a paid Photoshop entitlement. You can view and comment using a mobile web browser.
Can you use Adobe Photoshop on web?
Until recently, Adobe was resistant to making a cloud version of its most popular application, but this is slowly changing. In other words, Photoshop for the web is not going to be a free image editing tool, unlike similar offerings. Currently, Photoshop on the web only works on Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, however, the company plans to include support for more browsers in the future. Adobe has been largely unopposed in the realm of professional photo editing for as long as computers have had color displays.
When combined with Adobe’s existing colorize filter for adding color to black-and-white photos, the two filters can quickly bring an old photo to life, even if the end result looks a bit cartoony.