The web version of Adobe Photoshop has become publicly available after almost two years of beta testing. The simplified online version of the photo editing program for desktop computers was launched with popular artificial intelligence tools, writes The Verge.
We’re talking about the Generative Fill and Generative Expand tools that have recently become available to users of the desktop version of Photoshop. They are based on Adobe’s Firefly generative AI model.
AI features allow users to quickly add, delete, or expand images with text descriptions in more than 100 languages.
The web version of Photoshop also includes many of the popular tools that are available in the desktop version. However, their layout is different. For example, the Contextual Taskbar has been added, which displays the most relevant next steps in the workflow.
To make it easier to navigate, the tools used for similar workflows are organized into groups in the toolbar. However, users can opt out of this if they prefer the more familiar Photoshop interface.
Adobe assures that it will soon add other tools to the web version, such as Pen and Patch.
The Photoshop Web Service is included in all paid Photoshop plans, which start at $9.99 per month.