The good news for photo editors and graphics enthusiasts is that soon Adobe will launch a free version of its Photoshop.
Yes, there is news that the American software company will soon introduce a freemium Photoshop setup for photo editors and graphics designers.
There are currently encrypted versions of Photoshop on the market, for which users have to go to great lengths, as even for the formal use of such versions, some secret keys have to be provided.
Users have to pay for the original copy of Adobe Photoshop, and users who use its online services pay a monthly fee.
However, now the company has decided to introduce the free web browser application Photoshop to the users and the company has also started a trial program for it.
According to The Verge, a trial version of the free version of Adobe Photoshop has been launched in Canada, which will soon be rolled out to other countries.
After the trial phase of Adobe Photoshop, the company will introduce a free web version, which will allow users to use basic photo editing and graphics features.
The free version will allow users to access limited tools, but Adobe Photoshop will also provide access to more features on the same browser application for a fee.
The company hopes that after the introduction of the free version and the habit of using it, consumers will also be able to use its online services for a fee.
Note that in addition to Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop web applications such as Canova, Photopia and Pixar provide free back-editing facilities.