Learn about new features available in the November 2019 release of Photoshop on the iPad (version 1.0).
Cloud documents are Adobe's cloud-native files that you can easily open and edit in any of Adobe's compatible apps. Cloud documents enable you to seamlessly access your work across devices. Simply connect to the Internet, open your PSD from the Cloud documents tab in the app home screen and pick where you left off.
Saving your creative work as a cloud document provides you with exclusive benefits:
Cloud documents, Creative Cloud files, and other synced files are part of the Creative Cloud services included with your membership and count toward your Creative Cloud storage allocation.
Open up full-size PSDs on your iPad and automatically store them in the cloud, without the fear of losing your work. You get the same fidelity, power, and performance no matter what device you're working on, even when you're designing with thousands of layers.
For related helpful information, see Create, open, and save cloud documents.
You can work with layers and use selection and masking to create impressive composites.
While on your iPad, use Spot Healing Brush and Clone Stamp in Photoshop to easily touch up your documents and fix imperfections in your composites.
Spot Healing Brush: The Spot Healing Brush () tool paints with a sampled part from your document and matches the texture, lighting, transparency, and shading of the sampled part to the part of the document being healed. The Spot Healing Brush tool does not require you to specify a sample spot; it automatically picks samples from around the part of the document to be retouched.
Clone Stamp: The Clone Stamp () tool paints one part of your document over another part of the same document. You can also paint one part of a layer over another layer. The Clone Stamp tool is useful for duplicating objects or removing a defect in your composite. To use the Clone Stamp tool, you set a sampling point on the area you want to clone from and paint over another area.
To learn more, see Retouch your composites.
Use quick gestures and touch shortcuts to make edits directly on your canvas and speed up your workflow. Also, the user interface is context-aware. So you can display only the core tools and panes you need and focus on your document without cluttering the canvas.