After dominating the photography software industry for years, Adobe Photoshop is undergoing a reawakening. Initially spurred by the release of Apple’s iPad 1, the company is now focused on transitioning the program to become much more touch-friendly and on-the-go for a new generation of users growing up the in era of tablets. They’ve discontinued previous iterations of Photoshop iPad apps and are now focusing on Photoshop Fix, the next incarnation of the photo-editing beast. Head to Fast Company to read more about the program’s evolution.
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