You may recall that back in June, Adobe unveiled five free apps (opens in new tab) to help its Creative Cloud subscribers work more efficiently while on the move. One of the most exciting was Photoshop Mix (opens in new tab), which allows you to make selective edits, basic compositing and other tweaks to your Photoshop files on your iPad without having to download the full file.
Well now, Adobe's released a new version of Photoshop Mix, entitled 1.1, with improved performance and a flurry of new features based on customer feedback. And here's what's included...
Previously you had to commit or cancel by task. Now in Photoshop Mix 1.1 you can apply multiple undos or redos within a task.
02. Swap image
Previously when creating simple composites, if you had the wrong image in the foreground or background in 1.0, you'd have to start again. With the new image swapping feature, you just need to select the thumbnail of the image you want to re-order and drag it backwards or forwards.
03. Panorama Support
Photoshop Mix 1.1 is now able to open larger files, including panoramic images.
04. Full-res files saved locally
Previously, Photoshop Mix saved full resolution files to Creative Cloud, but down-sampled files to your local camera roll. In Photoshop Mix 1.1 you can now save full resolution files locally.
05. Dropbox integration
Up till now you’ve been able to open files from Adobe Creative Cloud, Lightroom Mobile and Facebook. Adobe has now extended support to include Dropbox.
You can now open and save PNG files when your image has a mask or transparent area.
07. Photoshop Express integration
You can now trade files seamlessly with Adobe's older mobile app, Photoshop Express. Photoshop Express opens masked Photoshop Mix files as transparent images.
08. New languages
Photoshop Mix now supports Italian, Spanish, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Korean, and Traditional Chinese.
What would you like to see added to Photoshop Mix? Let us know in the comments!