Adobe is continuously improving its iOS apps and this week the new update is for Photoshop Fix and Photoshop Mix especially for the people running 16GB iPhones. Both these apps are designed to smartly manage the space your project takes up, and reclaim space when you are running low on space.
Here are the upgrades for Photoshop Fix:
The app now imports full resolution from Lightroom, eliminating the previous 2000×2000 pixel resolution limit.
Photoshop Fix has adapted its vignette feature by automatically identifying a face in the photo and adjusting the vignette around it. The app also now provides a metadata panel, giving you all the secs of the photo, like the size of the image and the date it was taken. And metadata is preserved in projects that have been imported from elsewhere.
Browsing has been improved, and it’s easy now to find recently imported photos.
Photoshop Mix also got a bunch of similar upgrades, including the improved photo browser that appears in Photoshop Fix, and the same full resolution import features. The app has also improved masking of large images, and the app supports Adobe Smart Links, which can manage Adobe Stock Images if you are using that service.
The updated versions are a bit faster than the previous one. Just waiting when Adobe comes with a single combination of both these two software.
Still, Adobe has these powerful tools and they highly integrate with Lightroom and Photoshop on your desktop Macs, making editing in the field easy and reliable. Images can be sent back via the cloud to your desktop or laptop with layers and other edit preserved for more detailed work on more powerful platforms.
Both Adobe Photoshop Fix and Mix are universal apps, and the apps are free, although you won’t really get the integration advantages without a Creative Cloud subscription.