If you’re a photographer, graphic designer, or anyone interested in powerful image manipulation, Adobe Photoshop is the go to program on PC and Mac. Up until recently, if you wanted to edit images on your Tab you had a lackluster group of very basic image editing apps, most focused on simple one click filters and…
Adobe announced a sweet of apps last week, but most notably Photoshop Touch. Wait didn’t Adobe already release Photoshop for Android? They do have an app called Adobe Photoshop Express which is just a run of the mill photo editor for basic filters, cropping, ect.
As you all probably know by now, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is banned from Europe until the court makes a final decision. The German court did already grant an injunction in the mean time to prevent Samsung from importing the Galaxy Tab 10.1 into the European Union.
Recent evidence has come out though that Apple may have altered images found in the case. The Apple iPad has a 4:3 screen and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has a 16:10 screen. The iPad in the picture has a 4:3 ratio, which is correct. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 had somewhere between a 4:3 and a 16:10 ratio instead of the correct 16:10. It appears that Apple Photoshopped the picture slightly to make the devices look similar. It also doesn’t help Apple’s case that the example photo is of the app drawer rather than the homescreen. The iPad’s homescreen and the Galaxy Tab’s homescreen are vastly different.