Popular Android and iOS photo editing app Photoshop Touch now available in the Kindle Fire App Store

by: Joe HindyNovember 17, 2012

Practically everyone has heard of Photoshop. It’s one of the most popular image editing tools in the world and it’s also quite expensive. For Android and iOS devices, there is a mini version called Photoshop Touch. It is much less expensive at $9.99, but still grants a very powerful image editing experience on your mobile devices. Photoshop Touch is now available for Kindle Fire tablets in the Kindle Fire App Store.

The app is pretty much the same as it is for Android and iOS with one notable exception. This version has been optimized specifically for the newest generation of Kindle Fire tablets. That means two things. First, it should run better on the new Kindle Fire tablets due to the optimizations. Second, it isn’t available for the old Kindle Fire tablet. So if you are still rocking the old one, you won’t be able to use Photoshop Touch unless you try to get the Android version.

What are the features of Photoshop Touch?

If you haven’t used it before, there are a lot of features. In short, you can use almost all of the well known photo editing tools from the original Photoshop. There are even tutorials to help new people get the hang of things. If you’re interested, you can find it at the Kindle Fire App Store on Amazon. Are there any photo buffs who might be checking this out?

  • David M Whittley

    I tried Photoshop touch on a tablet in a shop once and was very disappointed.In all fairness I should point out that I did not spend more than 5 or 6 minutes with it so maybe it has some hidden talents I didn’t find. But I think Adobe have underestimated the competitors such a PicsPlay Pro, Avairy or even PicSay Pro.

  • Ronan Cantwell

    I hope this is better than Adobe’s last “photoshop” Android app. That was truly awful and seemed like a desperate attempt by Adobe to get something on the Android market…….

    • David M Whittley

      I agree with you there Ronan.

  • Runs great on my nexus 7.