Users of “Photoshop” in Canada are enabled to access a free version of the popular program for processing photos via an account on the portal of the company “Adobe”.
The company explains that this is a “free” version, ie that the basic and most recognizable functions of “Photoshop” will be available to everyone, while users will have to pay for more advanced options.
“We want to make Photoshop more accessible to more people who will try the product,” said Maria Jap of Adobe.
The first online version of “Photoshop” was launched in October last year, and users were able to perform simple photo processing with limited functionality.
The company’s goal is to attract users who would buy software with all the features through the free online version, but it is still unknown when the online version will be available to users in the rest of the world.