Photoshop for Chromebook starts off as a streaming option for US Adobe education customers
Just yesterday I was cruising through G+ and saw a short comment from Ben Schoon with a great GIF to accompany it.
It was pretty comical at the time and even funnier now, since Google just announced that Adobe Photoshop is coming to the Chromebooks via the Adobe Creative Cloud. Initial access will be a streaming version of Photoshop that is available for Adobe education customers with paid Creative Cloud memberships.
Since this will be a streaming version of Photoshop that is being delivered to your screen you will never have to worry about updates, download or installs. It is also fully integrated with Google Docs allowing you to work directly in the cloud when ever and where ever you find it convenient.
Project Photoshop Streaming includes:
- Creative tools: Streaming access to Photoshop with other products coming soon
- Access from any Windows device with a Chrome browser or from a Chromebook
- Learning tools: Access to Adobe Education Exchange learning content and an in-app Learning panel called ‘Learn Now’
- Project Photoshop Streaming Feedback and Forum support
As I mentioned earlier, this is an exclusive streaming ability that does force your hand to meet eligibility requirements and be accepted through an application process. To see if your educational needs meet the requirements, direct yourself over to the Project Photoshop Streaming Adobe page and get to checking.
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