Posted 09/30/2014 at 9:28 AM
Posted 2 years ago
Chromebooks take another step towards the mainstream, hitting a new demographic with Adobe bringing Photoshop to the discount computers.
This, in spite of naysayers touting that Chrome OS’ main problem was an inability to run applications like Photoshop.
The idea is that it’s complete Photoshop, but in a virtual environment supported by Google Drive for saving work.
GPU and printing won’t work just yet, but it’s still in Beta.
The move by Adobe is good for the Chromebook’s street cred, but also indicative of Adobe’s expansion into the cloud and SDK world as it attempts to lock down a respectable market share.