Come to Your Browser: Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator

Adobe has announced that two of the most popular Creative Cloud products will be accessible on the web shortly, making it simpler to collaborate with others using Adobe’s graphic design software.

At Adobe MAX 2021, the firm revealed that Photoshop and Illustrator will soon be available in your browser to allow others to have a voice in the artistic process.

Until now, creative teams had to use other internet collaboration tools to provide feedback and work together online.

Collaborators will be able to review a user’s creative work and leave comments right from their browser without having to download any applications or sign up for Creative Cloud by including Photoshop and Illustrator on the web.

Adobe is also demonstrating some basic editing tools in the browser to allow collaborators to make quick changes and minor modifications without having to launch the full versions of its software.

In addition, their comments will appear in both Photoshop and Illustrator desktop and iPad applications, allowing them to work unhindered.

Online Photoshop and Illustrator are the same as their desktop software counterparts

Users will first need to upgrade to the most recent versions of Adobe’s applications in order to begin sharing Photoshop and Illustrator documents online for comments and feedback.

Photoshop on the web is now in public beta, with limited editing capabilities.

Users must click on the “Open in Photoshop on the web beta” link at the top of a file when browsing it using their browser.

Adobe is currently working on bringing Photoshop, Illustrator, and other Creative Cloud apps to the web.

Now that Photoshop and Illustrator will be available via a browser, we’ll have to wait and see if Adobe adds InDesign, Lightroom, or other Creative Cloud programs to the internet in the near future.