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Adobe updates Photoshop Touch with support for iPad retina display, bigger images

Daniel Cooper, @danielwcooper
September 6, 2012
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Adobe has updated its tablet-friendly version of Photoshop to v1.3, bringing along one change that'll make new iPad owners very happy indeed. The interface and text have been up-rezzed to support the Retina display and 12-megapixel images, while everyone else can edit pictures of up-to 10-megapixels in size. The company's also throwing in two new effects -- shred and colorize -- plus new three-finger gestures to ease navigation and a raft of minor bug fixes. So, come on, let's see what masterpieces your jam-smeared digits can create.

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