- Aug 17, 2014
Adobe Photoshop, one of the most popular image editing and special effects platforms, is being offered for free to anyone who has an Adobe account.
Adobe is currently experimenting with a free-to-use version of Photoshop. The trial is limited to Canada, but Adobe could soon extend the trial to other regions. Currently, users in Canada are able to access Photoshop on the web through a free Adobe account.
Adobe claims the web version of Photoshop is available under the “Freemium” model. Currently, most of the tools, brushes and other features of Photoshop are available for free. However, Adobe plans to gate off some features that will be exclusive to paying subscribers. Nonetheless, “enough” tools will be freely available to perform what Adobe claims are Photoshop’s core functions.
Adobe Photoshop has a web version which is now available under a freemium model. The company hopes more users will try the platform and eventually pay to access the full version in the future.