Adobe, the popular maker of digital design programs is said to be launching a full-blown version of its Photoshop exclusively made for the Apple iPad. This as a part of its new strategy to make its products compatible across multiple devices and boost subscription sales.  The company is said to be planning on launching the new version at the annual MAX creative conference in October, according to the sources. However, the app will be out only in 2019 unless there are any engineering delays. Adobe shifted all of its apps to the cloud in 2012 and launched a new subscription-based business model that went to score more than double sales through the end of this fiscal year. Recently, Adobe has also begun pitching its products to hobbyists, who on the other hand is focusing on the mobile devices rather than PCs, however, the company is yet to fully transition its best-known apps to smaller screens. Scott Belsky, Adobe’s chief product officer of Creative Cloud, confirmed that the company was working on a new cross-platform iteration of Photoshop and other applications, but didn't mention any timeframe for the launch. Adobe currently has apps like Photoshop, Premiere and Illustrator on Mac and Windows computers, and companion mobile apps including ...

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