Adobe has now taken its Photoshop Camera software out of the beta since it was released last November, making it available for both Android & iOS systems.
Adobe ‘s latest free app, Photoshop Camera, is chocked with filters for selfies, food, and scenery shots. It also has AI-enabled features which make your shots look even better than ever before.
The app is already available on Android and iOS as stated, and can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Actually, however, only a small number of Android smartphones are supported which include Samsung, Google, and OnePlus smartphones.
Photoshop Camera Compatibility
However, you should remember the devices it is compatible with, as we can not display this at the time of writing on a Google Pixel 2 in the Google Play store. See below for a table on which photoshop camera-compatible devices are.
- iOS version: iOS12, and iOS13
- Supported devices: iPhone 6s and above
- Android version: Android9, Android10
- Pixel 3/XL, and Pixel 4/XL
- Samsung S9/S9+, Samsung S10/S10+/S10 5G, Samsung Note 9, Samsung Note 10/10+/10 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20 5G/S20+ 5G/S20 Ultra 5G
- One Plus 6/6T and above
Photoshop Camera Languages
At the moment, Photoshop Camera has only six supported languages on iOS, and only four on Android. The App defaults to English for those with other languages not in the catalog.
- Español (iOS only)
- 日本語 (Japanese)
- Português (iOS only)
Adobe Photoshop Camera promises to fine-tune your images automatically, and make them look different. The app can automatically determine the best settings for your photo, while allowing pro users to adjust them manually to suit their taste.
Additionally, the Photoshop Camera app includes different lenses, mostly the personalized lenses of social media influencers, with more to be launched soon and the auto-tone feature for real-life images and no major ‘difference between brightness and shadows.