According to a recent claim, Adobe Photoshop may soon be accessible as a freemium service for all customers. Adobe is said to be testing a free version of Photoshop for the web with specific Canadian customers.
This service has been dubbed ‘Freemium’ by the corporation, and it will gradually become accessible to all consumers. According to the report, users can access this freemium version of the web-based Photoshop from a web browser as long as they are logged into a free Adobe account.
The Verge was the first to report about Adobe Photoshop’s freemium service, which is now being tested in Canada. According to the report, Adobe has begun testing a free or freemium version of its Photoshop photo editing tool for browsers in Canada.
According to reports, the corporation intends to provide this free service to broaden the tool’s appeal. According to the source, customers will be supplied with enough accessible functionalities, which are deemed the main ones by the corporation, with the aid of the freemium version of Photoshop in browser.
“We want to make Photoshop more accessible and easy for more people to check it out and experience the product,” Maria Yap, VP, Adobe, Digital Imaging, said of the service.
In October of last year, Adobe announced that Photoshop would be available online. Through this service, users may use the Photoshop tool straight from their Web browsers without having to install any programs on their machine.
The new Photoshop for the web is dubbed a freemium because Adobe is said to be planning paywalls for advanced functionality, although it is free to use. These features are believed to be exclusive to individuals who have paid for a membership.