Explore where all your favorite tools are in Photoshop on the iPad
As you launch Photoshop on the iPad, you can view the home screen of the app. From the home screen, you can start creating your composites or documents and proceed to the editing workspace. In the workspace, you can find your favorite Photoshop tools, panels, and other options that will equip you to create composites and retouch your creative work. More Photoshop tools and features are coming to your iPad in future releases.
Browse through our new Learn tutorials - Adjustment layers and Retouch images - to access interactive app tours on your iPad.
After going through the Adjustment layers tutorial, you will learn how to change the color of objects in an image by creating a layer mask from a selection and by clipping an adjustment to a layer.
After going through the Retouch images tutorial, you will learn how to use the Spot Healing brush, Healing brush, and the Clone Stamp tool to remove blemishes and imperfections from your photos.
As soon as you open a document, you will enter into the editing workspace and your creative work can begin. The canvas displays the area where you interact with your open document. Photoshop on the iPad offers you a context-aware user interface. Core tools and tool options are contextual and surface only when you need them.
A. Home: Use the back icon to switch back to the home screen from the editing workspace at any time.
B. Filename: Displays the name of the document currently open.
C. Current zoom level: Displays the current zoom level of the open document.
D. Undo: Reverts the last action performed.
E. Redo: Restore the last action undone.
F. Cloud docs help: Check whether you're online or offline, and the save status of your cloud documents.
G. Share document: Tap the icon to share your document for collaboration and comments.
H. Send to: Use the Send to icon to publish, export, and livestream your work.
I. Help: Find all your help resources in one place under the Help menu. You can browse through tutorials, take a tour, view gestures and shortcuts, post to community, and share feedback.
J. Document properties: Use the Document properties panel to resize your document to suit your requirements