Microsoft and Adobe optimize Photoshop and Illustrator for touch devices common efforts
The increasing use of touchscreen devices in the workplace is an important factor that software companies have to take into account to improve the usability of their products. This is just exactly what you are trying to do Adobe with its Photoshop and Illustrator tools, which thanks to the recent update got a partial touch support.
Using gestures, it is possible to increase, as well as rotate or move image – only with your fingers without having to use a mouse and keyboard. However, this is only one of many features that will come in the coming months. All this thanks to the announced partnership between Microsoft and Adobe, which will lead to the development of innovative software solutions that promise to make life easier for those using touch interfaces to control software.
Currently, the controls are designed to control through the touch screen, do not exist or are poorly developed. This results in the inability to effectively use software such as Photoshop and Illustrator without a traditional controller (mouse or touchpad) and keyboard on touch devices. But with the new partnership we can definitely count on a marked improvement in the management of Photoshop and Illustrator with the touch.
In the video below you will see some improvements that have been made or will be made in future versions of the software from Adobe.