Michael Gough, the VP of experience design at Adobe, took the stage to show off how Photoshop CC works on Microsoft's latest tablet.
The big news is that Photoshop is now optimized for touch. Previously, Photoshop CC worked on touch devices — including the Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2 — but most of that support was limited to the pressure sensitivity for the pen accessory.
That's frustrating, especially for users who might see a Surface Pro as an alternative to something such as Wacom's Cintiq or Cintiq Companion, which provide similar capability for creative professionals. Read more...More about Microsoft, Adobe Photoshop, Wacom, Tech, and Apps Software