Feature summary | Photoshop on the iPad (March 2022 release)
Learn about new features and enhancements in the March 2022 release of Photoshop on the iPad (version 3.4)
Do you need a way to add more fonts to your creations while working with Photoshop on the iPad?
With the cool new Fonts browser feature in Photoshop on the iPad, you can now browse, select, and import Adobe Fonts and custom fonts.
While working on a Type layer, simply tap the font name that appears in the Layer Properties panel to view and access thousands of system fonts. Recently used fonts appear at the top of the Fonts browser panel. Further, you can tap More fonts and browse through the popular Adobe Fonts by type. In the More fonts panel, click the Creative Cloud mobile app link, to get more fonts from Adobe Creative Cloud.
To learn more about adding Adobe or custom fonts using the Type tool, see Work with Type layers.
You can easily rename a Photoshop document saved on your iPad right from the edit workspace. Simply, tap the drop-down caret icon beside the file name at the top of the edit workspace. In the flyout panel, edit the existing file name to rename. The change will be synced across all devices and to the Creative Cloud.
Further, you can also tap the Save now option to trigger a sync for your edits.
To learn more about exporting and saving documents to the cloud, see Create, open, and export cloud documents.
Are you having difficulty getting desired Select Subject results for portrait images in Photoshop on your iPad?
The enhanced Select subject action will help you get precise selections when working with portrait images on your iPad with improved AI technology.
To learn more about making selections with Photoshop on the iPad, see Make selections and add masks.
Fixed customer-reported issues
This month's update brings enhancements and fixes for some customer-reported issues. For detailed information, see Fixed issues in Photoshop.